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Then One Day It was No Longer the Voice of a Stranger to Which Mrs. Burke Listened, but the Voice of Her Own Man, (painting)

Title: Telephone, (painting)
Painter:
Sloan, John 1871-1951
Medium:
Pastel on paper
Type:
Paintings-Illustration
Paintings
Owner/Location:
Butler Institute of American Art 524 Wick Avenue Youngstown Ohio 44502 Accession Number: 965-D-117
Date:
1906
Notes:
Elzea, Rowland, and Elizabeth Hawkes, "John Sloan: Spectator of Life," Wilmington, DE: Delaware Art Museum, 1988, pg. 67.
Sweetkind, Irene S., ed., "The Butler Institute of American Art Index of the Permanent Collection," Youngstown, OH: Butler Institute of American Art, 1997, pg. 159.
Summary:
Interior scene depicting a woman talking on a wall telephone, the receiver pressed against her left ear and tears rolling down her cheeks. Behind her stands a concerned gentleman with his hands resting on his hips.
Topic:
Literature--MacHarg--Debts of Antoine
Literature--McClure's Magazine
Architecture interior--Domestic--House
Figure group
Object--Other--Telephone
Control number:
IAP 89340022
Data Source:
Art Inventories Catalog, Smithsonian American Art Museums
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:siris_ari_377238

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