DescriptionFREDERICK COFFAY YOHN (American, 1875-1933)
The Reformation of James Ketch, McClure's Magazine story illustration, March 1909
Gouache on board
17 x 10.5 in. (sight)
Signed lower left: FC Yohn
This illustration was published in McClure's Magazine for James Hopper's story entitled "The Reformation of Jack Ketch," March 1909, page 8. The caption for this image reads: "One of Ketch's long arms struck out like a serpent and twined about his legs."
This lot comes with notes from the magazine.
No apparent condition issues. Framed under glass to an overall size of 27.75 x 21.25 inches.
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