(2040) Hide-rack Led Them on Some Thrilling Chases

2040
Hide-rack Led Them on Some Thrilling Chases
FES Title: Hide-rack led them on some thrilling chases through the downs and meadows.
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Date: 04/04/1934
Size: 30″H x 40″W
Medium: charcoal-Strathmore-illustr
Type: illustration
Published: Balch, Glenn. “Hide-rack Learns to Ride.” The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, June 1934: 18.
caption: “Come on!” he challenged gleefully in dog language. “I’ll take you for a run that is a run!” And three figures, one white, one tan, and one red-gold, went flashing away.
Inscription: ml: FES / ’34
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Comments: TP 10/25/01; form 1/30/03 and 4/2007; index; edit
Commentary:
Provenance: Sold by the artist to private collection; descended in the family to private collection

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