|As The Canoe Swept By
[no title entered in day books]
|Alternate Titles:||The Canoeists|
|Size:||28″H x 46.25″W|
|Published:|| Pitz, Henry C. “Frank E. Schoonover: An Exemplar of the Pyle Tradition.” American Artist, November 1964: 65.
caption: A painting in oil, duplication of the design of an earlier illustration  destroyed by fire. Collection of William StanierSchoonover, Frank E. The Edge of Wilderness, edited by Cortlandt Schoonover. Toronto: Methuen, 1974: 156.
caption: The Canoeists
|Inscription:||lr: Frank E. Schoonover / 1950|
|Annotations:||en verso: 2203-May 1938 / April 1950 2450|
|Comments:||TP 9/25/03; form 8/27/07; index|
|Commentary:||In March of 1950, Mr. William Stanier lost a Schoonover painting, #2254, in a cabin fire in Vermont. He asked the artist to paint this copy of the image which he did later the same month. It is painted over #2203.|
|Provenance:||Sold by artist to Mr. and Mrs. William Stanier ; inherited by Mr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Leech; inherited by Alma Leech; inherited by Darryl Leech, Atlanta, Georgia; Schoonover Studios, Ltd., Wilmington, Delaware; private collection ; Sold at auction 12/11/12, Bonhams, San Francisco; Sold at auction 5/19/16 for $293,000, Christie’s New York|