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  1. Etched Work of Whistler by Edward G. Kennedy, 1978-06
  2. The works of James McNeill Whistler, a study by Elisabeth Luther Cary, with a tentative list of the artist's works by Elisabeth Luther Cary, 1907-01-01
  3. James a. McNeill Whistler: an Exhibition of a Collection of Etchings and Lithographs by Sylvan Cole, 1965-01-01
  4. James McNeill Whistler: Selected Works from the Hunterian Art Gallery by Peter Black, 2004-01-01
  5. Artist Authors: Michelangelo, William Blake, Albrecht Dürer, Miyamoto Musashi, Giorgio Vasari, James Abbott Mcneill Whistler, Joshua Reynolds
  6. James Abbott McNeill Whistler by Donna Stein, 1984-01-01
  7. Whistler (His Little journeys to the homes of eminent artists) by Elbert Hubbard, 1902
  8. Whistler and Holland by J. F. Heijbroek, Margaret F. MacDonald, 1999-06
  9. Little journeys to the homes of eminent artists by Elbert Hubbard, 1907
  10. Whistler by Frances Spalding, 1979-05
  11. James McNeill Whistler: The Venetian Etchings (English and Italian Edition)
  12. Whistler (His Short talks for busy people: great modern artists, painters and sculptors) by Clarence A Worrall, 1904
  13. A Fragile Modernism: Whistler and His Impressionist Followers (Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art) by Ms. Anna Gruetzner Robins, 2008-03-04
  14. James MacNeill Whistler: Uneasy Pieces by David Park Curry, 2005-09-08

61. Arts And Literature
More famous artists, like portrait painter and inventor Samuel Finley Breese Morseand painter and etcher james mcneill whistler, are represented by their own
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The Manuscript Division's collections are not limited to the fields of political and military history. Represented are all areas of American studies, including our country's rich cultural and literary legacy. Some of the nation's most influential writers and artists are represented, none more notable than the preeminent poet Walt Whitman, whose writings exemplify the rich literary flourishingoften called the American Renaissancethat began in the mid-nineteenth century and that also featured the writings of Herman Melville, Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Mark Twain, and Emily Dickinson, all of whom are also reflected in the division's collections. The division holds the world's most extensive Whitman collection, including the only surviving manuscript page from the first edition of Leaves of Grass (1855) and many drafts of the poet's famous dirge "O Captain! My Captain!," which was inspired by Abraham Lincoln's death. Twentieth-century literary papers include representatives of a wide array of movements, forms, and points of view. The papers of western writers Owen Wister and Zane Grey reflect the popularity of local color writing at the turn of the century and of regional fiction in the 1920s and 1930s. The collections of Benjamin Holt Ticknor, Hiram Haydn, Oscar Williams, and Ken McCormick provide the perspective of literary agents and editors. Works by women range from those of the poet Muriel Rukeyserwho was concerned with the Spanish Civil War, women's rights, and the Vietnam Warto those of novelist-philosopher Ayn Randwho championed individualism, capitalism, and anticommunism. Small but interesting collections exist for the poets

62. James Abbott McNeill Whistler - Art Images - OCAIW [Orazio Centaro's Art Images
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63. James Abbott McNeill Whistler
james Abbott mcneill whistler. whistler was the son of a railway engineer, bornin Lowell West, he was irked by the low status America accorded its artists.
Home James Abbott McNeill Whistler "Whistler was the son of a railway engineer, born in Lowell, Massachusetts, but throughout his life he pretended to be a Southern gentleman. He was, in most imaginable ways, self-invented. Like West "Whistler was accepted by Paris as no American painter before him had been. As a young man, he worked with Gustave Courbet . He enjoyed the respect of Šdouard Manet and Edgar Degas , though the latter sometimes gave him the sharp edge of his tongue - "Visslair, you behave as though you had no talent." He appears (with Baudelaire, Manet, and other luminaries) in Fantin-Latour's group portrait of the rising art stars of 1864, Homage to Delacroix . "This American is a great artist," said Camille Pissarro , "and the only one of whom America can be justly proud." And Marcel Proust would turn part of his name, unpronounceable by the French, into an anagram: he became the painter Elstir in A la recherche A temps perdu "Valparaiso was as close as Whistler ever got to the Orient, but he was seen in France and England as a cultural bridge to Japan. He was obsessed by the formal beauty of Oriental art, especially Japanese prints (which were available by the ream in Paris and London) and Chinese blue-and-white porcelain, of which he amassed a choice collection. Through the study of Japanese concision, he brought an esthetic of hints and nuances into late-nineteenth-century painting. His abhorrence of narrative, his refusal to moralize through art, his preference for the exquisitely designed moment over the slice of life: these were new, and they epitomized the ideal of Art for Art's Sake. It was provocative, in 1871, to call a portrait of his mother

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65. Whistler Centenary, Glasgow 2003-Press Pages
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10 Things You Ought to Know About James McNeill Whistler 1) What did Whistler do? James McNeill Whistler was a painter, printmaker, designer, and writer on art. 2) When and where did he live? Whistler was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, USA, in 1834. He spent 5 years of his childhood in St Petersburg, Russia, and the rest between the States and London where his elder half-sister lived. His adult life was divided between Paris and London where he died in 1903. 3) What is he most famous for? 4) What has Whistler got to do with Glasgow? 5) Who were his friends? 6) Who were his enemies? 7) What family did he have? Whistler had a half-brother and half-sister, and four brothers only one of whom reached adulthood. He had at least three illegitimate children but none through his marriage. 8) Who were the women in his life?

course of making himself one of the most memorable artists of his books can claimthe achievement of Lochnan's Etchings Of james mcneill whistler it expands
Katharine A. Lochnan 1984 BA
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The nineteenth century recognized Whistler as the greatest printmaker since Rembrandt, and his etchings can be considered the summit of his artistic achievement. In this beautifully produced book, the first on the subject since the early years of this century, Lochnan discusses Whistler's personal and professional life, analyzes the sources and character of his etching style, and explores the public and critical reception of his work. "Nothing less than a masterpiece. The text of this fully illustrated book is a brilliantly written narrative which traces Whistler's artistic development by putting together, in such a lively way that the reader is compelled to read on, absolutely glued to the page, all the various firsthand accounts of Whistler's etching activities and etchingrelated social behaviour. . . . Rarely, I think, has the art side of art been so graphically presented: this text is a triumph." Andrew Hudson, The Art Post "Here is a firstrate biographical study of absorbing interest. No student of nineteenth century art should miss this absorbing documentation of a man who seems to have set out to upset as many people as possible in the course of making himself one of the most memorable artists of his time."

67. Art Reproductions Of James McNeill Whistler
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68. Performance Network - TreeTown Performance Festival 2002 - James McNeill Whistle
james mcneill whistler was born in New England, raised in St. whistler, a flamboyantdandy and a womanizer both of one of the most influential artists of the
TreeTown Performance Festival 2002
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by Brian Morton
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July 14 at 2:00 pm and 7:00pm
July 21 at 2:00 pm Single Ticket Prices are
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NEW THIS YEAR: all shows are assigned seating for the 2002 TreeTown Festival , get your seats early! Press Clippings on James McNeill Whistler "Tulip's animated performance conveys a man joyfully impressed with himself and supremely charming" -Martin Kohn Detroit Free Press *** our of four stars "Versatile cast brings to life new work at TreeTown Performance Festival" Christopher Potter Ann Arbor News Review "Say "Whistler's Mother" and you get instant recognition. But what about the man who created one of the world's most famous paintings?" -Christopher Potter, Ann Arbor News Press Clippings from previous productions directed by Malcolm Tulip at the Network: "Under Malcolm Tulip's strong direction, the all-star cast forms an unusually entertaining ensemble!" - Ann Arbor News Review of Elizabeth Rex "Capturing the look, the light and the lilt of another time and place, director Tulip and company have put together a true highlight of this season, or any other!" -Martin Kohn, Detroit Free Press four out of four stars!

69. Smithsonian: American Artists
The Artful Presidency Selections from the Archives of American Art Celebrates connectionsbetween American artists and presidents from whistler, james mcneill,
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Conversations with American artists Rebels: Painters and Poets of the 1950’s
Portraits of poets anchored by their words The Artful Presidency: Selections from the Archives of American Art
Celebrates connections between American artists and presidents from George Washington to the Carter administration Treasures From the Archives of American Art
Pays tribute to the thousands of donors to the Archives of American Art Brady, Matthew Mathew Brady’s Portraits
A selection of daguerreotypes celebrating the artist's style Breuer, Marcel Lajos Marcel Breuer: A Centennial Celebration
Documents one of the most influential architects and designers of the 20th Century Burnett, Carol

70. James Abbott McNeil Whistler
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Contact James Abbott McNeill Whistler Whistler Prints James Abbott McNeill Whistler Art Locations Portrait of the Artist's Mother Arrangement in Grey and Black 56.81 x 63.94 inches / 144.3 x 162.4 cm Musee d'Orsay, Paris Portrait of Thomas Carlyle Arrangement in Grey and Black 2 67.32 x 56.50 inches / 171 x 143.5 cm Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum Rose and Silver The Princess from the Land of Porcelain 78.70 x 45.67 inches / 199.9 x 116 cm Freer Gallery of Art, Washington DC Wapping 28 1/2" x 40 1/4" National Gallery of Art, Washington DC Harmony in Green and Rose The Music Room 37.60 x 27.87 inches / 95.5 x 70.8 cm Freer Gallery of Art, Washington DC Symphony in Grey and Green The Ocean 31.77 x 40.12 inches / 80.7 x 101.9 cm

71. TME: Exhibitions On Tour
james mcneill whistler (18341903) created hundreds of poignant whistler's lithographsexplore a more introspective side of this guide to fellow artists in the
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The American Way, Steven D. Gagnon
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Collection of the Federal Reserve Board, Washington, D.C. Money as a subject continues to capture the imagination of artists at the end of this century as it did at the end of the nineteenth. If art is a manifestation of the culture and society of its time, then the art of our time naturally reflects the pervasiveness of money in our personal and business decisions. Because of the physicality and materiality of currency - freshly minted, aged, or shredded - several artists have chosen to use the currency itself as their medium. Spanning 35 years, this exhibition focuses on 25 artists whose creativity has been captivated by the image and symbolism of money. Despite their use of real U.S. currency, their artwork does not invite confusion because of differences in scale, technique, material and other artistic conventions. The 40 works in this exhibit can be enjoyed for their satirical wit, technical brilliance, and aesthetic beauty. They might even make you laugh. ITINERARY
April 2002 - April 2003

72. James McNeill Whistler
james mcneill whistler was one of the most controversial American artists of histime. He added new and restored old dimensions to nineteenth century painting.
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The Scottish-American History Club Newsletter James McNeill Whistler James McNeill Whistler was one of the most controversial American artists of his time. He added new and restored old dimensions to nineteenth century painting. He was also a witty and caustic writer. He is probably best known for the painting, Portrait of My Mother, which hangs in the Louvre in Paris. Whistler was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, July 10, 1834. His grandfather, John Whistler, was a Scottish major in the British Army under General Burgoyne. He settled in America after the Revolutionary War. His mother, Anna McNeill, was also descended from early Scottish settlers. Her family had been Stuart supporters and came to America in 1746 after the Battle of Culloden. His father, George Washington Whistler, was a graduate of West Point who once led a surveying team that helped establish the boundaries between the United States and Canada. Whistler spent his boyhood in St. Petersburg, Russia, where his father was working as a railroad engineer. When James was 15, his father died and the family returned to the U.S. He attended West Point Military Academy but left in his third year. In 1855 he left the U.S. for Europe and never returned. He studied in Paris and later was honored by many European art societies.

73. James Whistler
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74. Gallery Guide ... Portal To The Fine Arts!
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The Whistler House Museum Of Art opened to the public as a center for art in the City of Lowell in 1908. Owned and operated by the Lowell Art Association, Inc., a non-profit organization founded in 1878, the museum is housed in the historic birthplace of the famous artist, James McNeill Whistler.
Works from the permanent collection of paintings and prints are displayed in the galleries of the Whistler House. Focus of the collection is on late nineteenth and early twentieth century American traditional art, with an emphasis on artists of New England and in particular those born in or associated with Lowell.
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75. James Abbott Whistler (1834-1903)
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Mark Harden James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834-1903), the American painter and etcher, was born July 10, 1834, in Lowell, MA. His studies at the United States Military Academy at West Point didn't go well and he left in 1854 to take a job as a draftsman with the U.S. Coastal Survey. After a year in its service, he left the United States for Paris where he became a student of Swiss classicist painter Charles Gabriel Gleyre. This formal education had less influence on his work than his association with French realist Gustave Courbet and other contemporary artists or his independent study of the Masters and Japanese prints. In Paris, Whistler gained recognition as an etcher when his first series

76. BUBL LINK: 700 Fine And Decorative Arts: Artists
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    78. Press Information: Whistler Exhibition
    Poetry of Sight The Prints of james mcneill whistler (1834–1903 to his prints,the exhibition includes portraits of whistler done by other artists as well
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    fax: 212.768.7439 Library Print Exhibition Celebrates Whistler Centenary Opens January 24 in the Print and Stokes Galleries James, McNeill Whistler (American, 1834-1903). Early Portrait of Whistler. New York, NY, January 17, 2003 More than 130 etchings, drypoints, and lithographs will be on display in Altogether, Whistler produced over 600 etchings, drypoints, and lithographs. Living in Paris, London, and Venice, he was exposed to a range of artistic styles: realism, aestheticism, impressionism, and classicism. From the rustic charm of the French Set to the gritty realism of the Thames Set and the decorative aestheticism of the First and Second Venice Sets

    79. Artchive - James McNeill Whistler
    Explore Artchive's selection of whistler works including "At the Piano" and "Arrangement in Grey and Black " better known as "whistler's Mother."

    80. James Abbott McNeill Whistler - Olga's Gallery
    Find a comprehensive collection of artist's works with a biography and historical comments. Portrait of whistler with Hat. 185758.
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    Biography Page One Head of a Peasant Woman. 1855-58. Oil on wood. Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow, UK. Portrait of Whistler with Hat. 1857-58. Oil on canvas. Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, USA. Head of Old Man Smoking. At the Piano. 1858-59. Oil on canvas. Taft Museum, Cincinnati, OH, USA. Black Lion Wharf. 1859. Etching. Tate Gallery, London, UK. Brown and Silver: Old Battersea Bridge. 1859-65. Oil on canvas. Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover, MA, USA. Finette. 1859. Drypoint. British Museum, London, UK. Rotherhithe. 1860. Etching. British Museum, London, UK. The Thames in Ice. 1860. Oil on canvas. Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, USA. Harmony in Green and Rose: The Music Room. 1860-61. Oil on canvas. Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, USA. More. Wapping. 1861. Oil on canvas. Private collection. The Coast of Brittany. 1861. Oil on canvas. Private collection. Symphony in White No. 1: The White Girl. 1862. Oil on canvas. National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, USA. More.

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