(2060) And Here Was the Stranded Culprit, Prostrate Under the Scant Shadow of the Rock

2060
And Here Was the Stranded Culprit, Prostrate Under the Scant Shadow of the Rock
FES Title: Right – double spread. – And here was the stranded culprit, prostrate under the scant shadow of the rock. He was unconscious as Renfrew felt his pulse.
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Date: 10/1934
Size: 38″H x 40″W
Medium: oil-cotton-canvas
Type: illustration
Published: Erskine, Laurie York. “The Curing of Linky McShane.”
The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, January 1935: 15.
caption: Bending over him, Renfrew and Gordon looked down on a stunted youth clad cheaply in a tan suit.
Inscription: ll: F.E.S. / ’34
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Comments: index; edit
Commentary: This is the right side of a double spread. See #2059 for the left side.
Provenance: Not known
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