Portrait of James McNeil Whistler American artist circa 1897.
Lithographic transfer from the woodblock published in the New Review ( September 1897).
This striking image of Whistler was made for a book by Nicholson called, Twelve Portraits. Whistler was then at the height of his fame. Nicholson presents him impeccably dressed, standing at a distance from the viewer. He is set against a black background which highlights his white shirt, collar and eye-glass. The print pays tribute to Whistler’s reputation as the leading member of the Aesthetic Movement in this country.
dimensions 24.9 x 22.6 cm
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