(1766) “Oh, Stove, Can’t You Understand?”

“Oh, Stove, Can’t You Understand?”
FES Title: Vignette
Alternate Titles:
Date: 04/04/1930
Size: 30″H x 38″W
Medium: oil-cotton-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Titus, Harold. “The Job.” Country Gentleman, July 1930: 10.
caption: “Oh Stove, can’t you understand that a girl wants the man she thinks everything of to be not just a hero for her, but for everybody?”
Inscription: lr: FES
Comments: DAM scan 2/9/06; index; edit
Commentary: This work was cut down by the artist. Only the right side has been located.
Provenance: See #1766cdr



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