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FRANK EARLE SCHOONOVER (American, 1877-1972)
Brawn of These Lads Made the Pike a Match for a Pirate's Cutlass, 1922
Oil on canvas
27.5 x 36 in.
Signed lower left

Brandywine River Museum, Ford, Pennsylvania, September 9-November 19, 1978 and September 7-November 18, 1979 (labels verso).

Condition Report*:

Re-lined canvas; light surface grime; scattered areas of light craquelure visible throughout with light faking around signature and above; stretcher crease on the upper edge faintly visible; light flaking in the upper left quadrant and white areas on lower edge; 1.5-inch linear area of in-painting to the right of signature with minor scattered areas on the extreme edges; otherwise in good condition. Framed to an overall size of 34.75 x 43.75 inches.

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Auction Dates
October, 2012
13th-14th Saturday-Sunday
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