(2051) How Did This White Man Know All About the Strange Visitors?

2051
How Did This White Man Know All About the Strange Visitors?
FES Title: Double Spread for Title – Black – with Red from pg. 7 mss. How did this white man know all about the strange visitors who had come ashore on a raft in the night.
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Date: 08/1934
Size: 34″H x 38″W
Medium: oil-cotton-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Erskine, Laurie York. “The Cruise of the Jackdaw.” The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, October 1934: 9.
caption: The man sat with one clumsily bandaged leg outstretched before him and the other leg crooked beneath it. He was fast asleep.

Schmidt, Dorey. “Dear Editor: Dear Frank:” The American Magazine 1880-1940. Wilmington: Delaware Art Museum, 1979: 49.

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Inscription: lm: F.E.S. / ’34
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Commentary: This painting was used as the right side of a double spread with #2050. It was later cut down and the small painting mounted on board, #2051cd, has been found. There is no evidence that the rest of the painting survived.
Provenance: See #2051cd
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