|Woefully Exhausted as He Was – His Brain Was Clear |
|FES Title:||Woefully exhausted as he was – his brain was clear – he knew where he was going.|
|Alternate Titles:||Trapper and Mac (1995, 1998, 2001)|
|Size:||27.5″H x 38″W|
|Published:|| Evans, Hubert. “Mac Battles for the Code.” The American Boy, February 1929: 16.|
caption: They battled for each hard-won mile across the range, the wind sweeping at them like a strong and soundless unseen river.
Evans, Hubert. Derry’s Partner. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1929: dust jacket, facing 214, lining pages.
______. New York: Grosset & Dunlap; c.1928, 1929: dust jacket.
Randolph-Macon College and Richard J. Kelly. Howard Pyle and His Students: Works from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration. Ashland, VA: Randolph-Macon College, 1995: n.p. (catalog)
Adventure Ho! Popular American Illustrators 1897-1935: Works from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration. Abingdon, VA: William King Regional Arts Center, 1998: 19. (catalog)
Knoxville Museum of Art. Distant Lands, the Art of the Story: Works from the Kelly Collection of American Illustration, 1894-1938. Knoxville, TN: Knoxville Museum of Art, 2001: 39. (catalog)
|Inscription:|| lr: F.E. Schoonover / ’28 |
lr after publication:To Laura Cocliss Hackett
|Exhibitions:||1995 Kelly; 1998 Kelly; 2001 Kelly|
|Comments:|| Christie’s New York (12/1/1989) – not sold; Illustration House -1992|
|Commentary:||For commentary, see #231.|
|Provenance:|| Sold by artist to Robert Hackett (April 15, 1938); Christie’s New York (December 1, 1989); Illustration House, New York|
; The Kelly Collection of American Illustration, Great Falls, Virginia