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Thumbnail   This painting was given by donors Frank E. Schoonover and J. Thompson Brown on January 15, 1936. It was created as an illustration for the book "Ivanhoe" published in 1929. Schoonover's alternate title is "Cedric the Saxon. Thane." A series of Frank Schoonover's Ivanhoe paintings was loaned to the School on May 25, 1931, and then presented to the Episcopal Church School Foundation to be shown at ...
Thumbnail   This photograph shows the detail of the Dining Hall Mural painted by N. C. Wyeth. This is the right side of the Mural and shows the Trustees and Headmaster planning the school, against a background of the English cathedrals, representing the Anglican Church tradition. Left to right: Allan J. Henry, Walter J. Laird, Hon. Richard s. Rodney, Rev. Walden Pell II, John O. Platt, A. Felix du Pont, J. T...
Thumbnail   This painting was given by donors Frank E. Schoonover and J. Thompson Brown on January 15, 1936. It was created as an illustration for the book "Ivanhoe" published in 1929. A series of Frank Schoonover's Ivanhoe paintings was loaned to the School on May 25, 1931, and then presented to the Episcopal Church School Foundation to be shown at the School as a gift from the donors. Inscription: Frank...
Thumbnail   This painting was sold to the School by Frank E. Schoonover. It was used as an illustration for Walter Camp's "The Mystery of Rowing" published in The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, July 1910, and is the companion painting to Stroke Jumping - "Broken Oar" [Schoonover day book #410]. The information about the School's painting is derived from Volume I, Schoonover day book #411, of the ...
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Thumbnail   Spanning from November 1935 to October 1938, these four articles note the progress of the mural in the Dining Hall that was painted by N.C. Wyeth and donated by Irene du Pont.
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