(1733) Pedro Lurched Out and Caught Garnet By the Arm

Pedro Lurched Out and Caught Garnet By the Arm
FES Title: Pedro lurched out and caught Garnet by the arm.
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Date: 09/01/1929
Size: 49″H x 32″W
Medium: oil-cotton-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: John, William M. “After All That I’ve Done.” The Ladies Home Journal, September 1930: 39.
caption: Pedro lurched over and caught Garnet by the arm. I jumped to my feet, but Montgomery was too quick for me.
Inscription: mr: F.E.S.
Comments: DAM scan 2/9/06; index; edit
Commentary: This work was destroyed by the artist January 18, 1935. (diaries)
Provenance: Destroyed


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