|Mitch Was Halted by the Sound of Voices|
|FES Title:||About to turn into the clearing – Mitch was halted by the sound of voices.|
|Size:||19″H x 29.5″W|
|Published:|| Erskine, Laurie York. “The Case of Constable Connery.” The American Boy–Youth’s Companion, April 1941: 11.|
caption: Mitch was halted by the sounds of voices, and one made his blood run cold.
|Inscription:||ll: Frank E. Schoonover 1941|
|Annotations:|| en verso: Engraver: This drawing is on gesso Do not use Vaseline or varnish – Handle by frame per publishers instructions|
en verso on label on stretcher: Left page.- / p 2 mss. About to turn into this / clearing, Mitch was halted by the / sound of voices / caption for this inserted lunette….
[#2283] / “…any time I want to, I can kill you / just as dead as if I shot you with / a gun.
|Comments:|| original size 33×33 cut down to 19×29.5|
TP 2/28/02; Form 1/30/03; NT 4×5 ; index; form 4-07;
|Commentary:||A lunette, #2283, was originally on the same 33″ x 33″ board with this painting, as shown by a small diagram in the day books, but it was cut down.|
|Provenance:||Artist; Helen L. Card, Latentdorf Bookshop, New York (October 28, 1962); Brandywine Fantasy Gallery, Kenilworth, Illinois; Brandywine Spirit Art, ; Collection of Richard P. DeVictor, Kendall Park, New Jersey; Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Lange |