(2020) Barons From King Marsile

2020
Barons From King Marsile
FES Title: Chap. 12. Left side double spread Barons from King Marsile
Alternate Titles: “Messenger”
[1989]
Date: 01/1934
Size: 9.75″H x 7″W
Medium: pen-and-ink
Type: illustration
Published: Collier, Virginia M., and Jeanette Eaton. Roland the Warrior. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1934: between 192-193.
caption: The messengers of King Marsile, bearing branches of olive, came to Charlemagne

Childhood Enchantments: British and American Illustration for Children 1880-1940. Rye Brook, NY: Museum of Cartoon Art, 1989: n.p. (catalog)
caption: “Messenger”

Inscription: lr signed after publication: Frank E. Schoonover
Annotations:
Exhibitions: 1989 Childhood Enchantments (catalog)
Comments: form 4/15/07; index; edit;
unpublishable photo of original is in the files
Commentary: This drawing is the left side of a double spread and is opposite #2021. Both images, #2020 and #2021, are signed by the artist and are on the same paper.
In the printed version, the color has been added by the publisher.
Provenance: Schooonover Studios, Ltd., Wilmington, Delaware [1989]; Collection of Roger and Sally Mayer

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