(1973) Joe Was Passing in Front of the Open Door

Joe Was Passing in Front of the Open Door
FES Title:1612 = Joe was passing in front of the open door- and the next instant a steel muscled, red-gold body flashed through the door and struck him squarely on the chest-
Alternate Titles:
Date: 08/1933
Size: 28″H x 36″W
Published: Balch, Glenn. “Warned by Hide-rack.” The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, November 1933: 6.
caption: There was a sudden noise like the rustle of needles, and the next instant a steel-muscled, red-gold body flashed through the door
Inscription: lr: S / ’33
Comments: index; edit
Commentary: This is the left side of a double spread on two canvases. See #1974 for the right side. Both works are painted over an earlier double spread; #1612 and #1613, respectively.
Provenance: Not known


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