(1726) The Sun Shone Down on Terrible Scenes

The Sun Shone Down on Terrible Scenes
FES Title: The sun, just rising above – Pocumtuck mountain – shone down on terrible scenes in Deerfield’s usually quiet street-
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Date: 07/08/1929
Size: 30.25″H x 21.25″W
Medium: oil-on-Linen-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Smith, Mary P. Wells. The Boy Captive of Old Deerfield. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1929: 84.
caption: The sun shone down on terrible scenes in Deerfield’s usually quiet street. See page 84.
Inscription: lr: Frank E. Schoonover / ’29
Annotations: en verso: 1726
Comments: Trany 11/18/04; Form 11/18/04; slide; index; edit
Relined.In January of 1956, Mrs. Craig brought the painting in to be repaired. Schoonover cleaned it and repaired ‘several holes’.
Provenance: Sold by artist to Mrs. Harry Craig (as of January 1956); Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Headley
[1984]; private collection

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