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width: 30 in, H: 36 in, Frame width: 32.625 in, Frame height: 38.625 in
Eventually She Brought Him to a Standstill
Gift in memory of Margaret Elizabeth Stewart MacFarland
By the 1920s, the West had become an important setting for popular fiction, and the wild horse often played a significant role in the storyline. Illustrations were used to enhance the drama, excitement and appeal of the narratives. Koerner, a well-known illustrator of western stories, created this painting for Hal C. Evarts' story "The Painted Stallion," which first appeared in the Saturday Evening Post, September 26-October 10, 1925.
On stretcher - The Painted Stallion. #1./ Eventually she brought him to a standstill and sat watching the desert horses faded from the landscape. Label on stretcher - must not be used in any newspaper or periodical, except the Saturday Evening Post, nor may it be reproduced as an advertisement or in connection with advertising matter. Canvas back in pencil or charcoal - P7435a/-6 -
As of 06-14-2017 this object is on display in the Whitney Western Art Museum. If you are making a special trip, please double-check before visiting.