|Parcher Whirled From Those Two Bound Forms And Stood Facing the Officers
|FES Title:||double spread = B+W oil|
|Size:||28″H x 36″W|
|Published:|| Erskine, Laurie York. “The Four-Way Clue.” The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, December 1932: 10.
caption: As Renfrew and Hollister burst in, Parcher whirled from those two bound forms and stood facing the officers.
|Annotations:|| en verso: 1928
en verso on label on stretcher: Illustration for the / “Four Way Clue” // Renfrew’s shoulder was at the door
[…missing part of label] / Hollister’s / revolver sounded on the wood […missing part of label] facing them with a red …
|Comments:||photos of back and front; index; edit|
|Commentary:||This painting was published as the left side of a double spread with #1929.|