(1776) But Lorn’s Canoe Suddenly Caved In!

But Lorn’s Canoe Suddenly Caved In!
FES Title: Pg. 17 But Lorn’s canoe suddenly caved in–
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Date: 05/25/1930
Size: 34″H x 34″W
Medium: oil-cotton-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Mowery, William Byron. “Wolf Pass.” Red Book Magazine, May 1930: 63.
caption: Then that fatal bullet! Lorn’s canoe suddenly caved in and plunged him into the water, his rifle gone.
Inscription: lr: S. / ’30
Comments: DAM 6/24/04; index; edit
Commentary: This canvas was destroyed by the artist in October 1939.
Provenance: Destroyed


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