(1725) Girl in Auto

1725
Girl in Auto
FES Title: Vignette of Girl in Auto
Alternate Titles:
Date: 06/21/1929
Size: 30″H x 40″W
Medium: oil-on-Linen-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Grey, Zane. “The Rustlers of Silver River.” Country Gentleman, December 1929: 13.
caption: Rosamond knew him. That he realized in the flash of her eyes. She drove on with no other sign.
Inscription: mr: F.E.S. / ’29
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Comments: index; edit
Commentary: This image may have been published a second time, with the following caption: She knew him. That he realized in the flash of her eyes. Yet she drove on with no other sign.
Schoonover did additional work on this vignette after it was published. Evidently, this was not a successful effort as he notes that he destroyed it in October 1939. (day books, diaries)
Provenance: Destroyed

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