James McNeill Whistler

L'Andalouse, Mother-of-Pearl and Silver



James McNeill Whistler - L'Andalouse, Mother-of-Pearl and Silver

Literature

Andrew McLaren Young, Margaret MacDonald, Robin Spencer, The paintings of James McNeill Whistler, New Haven, 1980, nr. 378 info

John Walker, National Gallery of Art, Washington, New York, 1995, nr. 852


Provenance

Sold 1900/1901 by the artist to Edward G. Kennedy, New York
his firm, H. Wunderlich & Co., New York (later Kennedy Galleries)
sold January 1902 to John Howard Whittemore (died 1910), Naugatuck, Connecticut
probably bequeathed to the J.H. Whittemore Company, Naugatuck, Connecticut, with life interest to his daughter, Miss Gertrude B. Whittemore (died 1941), Naugatuck, Connecticut
gift 1943 to NGA

External links

National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. Accession number 1943.6.1

Other works by James Abbott McNeill Whistler


James Abbott McNeil Whistler Arrangement in Grey and Black No 1: Portrait of the Artist's Mother
Arrangement in Grey and Black No 1: Portrait of the Artist's Mother
1871

James Abbott McNeill Whistler The Artist in His Studio
The Artist in His Studio
1865-66

James Abbott McNeill Whistler Symphony in White No. 3
Symphony in White No. 3
1867

James Abbott McNeill Whistler Design for wall decoration at Aubrey House, London
Design for wall decoration at Aubrey House, London
c. 1873-74

James McNeill Whistler
L'Andalouse, Mother-of-Pearl and Silver
c. 1894
191.5 x 90 cm
Oil on canvas
Marked center right with the artist's butterfly mark
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Harris Whittemore Collection