(2288) The Collie Leaped Clear and Stood to One Side

The Collie Leaped Clear and Stood to One Side
FES Title: The collie leaped clear and stood to one side. With mouth wide open the terrier leaped straight at the porcupine.
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Date: 04/23/1941
Size: 22″H x 33″W
Medium: charcoal-and-oil-on-gesso-p
Type: illustration
Published: Balch, Glenn. “Hide-rack Takes the Count.” The American Boy–Youth’s Companion,, August 1941: 8.
caption: The terrier, spoiling for a fight, flung himself forward to beat Hide-rack to the kill.
Inscription: lr as published: F.E.S. ‘ ’41
lr after publication: Frank E. Schoonover 1941
Comments: TP 11/21/02; Form 11/21/02; index
Provenance: Sold by the artist to private collection; descended in family to private collection
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