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Documents associated with: Exhibition, Arrangement in Brown and Gold
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System Number: 10540
Date: 17 May [1884][1]
Author: JW
Place: London
Recipient: Louise and Joseph Middlemore Jopling[2]
Place: [London]
Repository: Published
Document Type: PLc[3]


MR WHISTLER REQUESTS THAT HE MAY HAVE THE HONOR OF
THE COMPANY OF
Mr. and Mrs. Jopling and friends
AT A PRIVATE VIEW OF
PAINTINGS - "VARIOUS"
"NOTES" - "HARMONIES" - "NOCTURNES"[4].
SATURDAY, MAY 17.
MESSRS DOWDESWELL'S GALLERIES,
133, NEW BOND ST
TWO DOORS FROM THE GROSVENOR GALLERY.
"ARRANGEMENT IN FLESH COLOR & GREY".

For Heaven's sake!
Have you had your cards?
If not, dear Mrs Louise, do come with the enclosed.


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Notes:

1.  17 May [1884]
Dated from almanac and exhibition (see below).

2.  Jopling
Louise Jopling (1843-1933), née Goode, later Mrs Jopling-Rowe, artist [more], and Joseph Middlemore Jopling (1831-1884), painter [more].

3.  PLc
Published in Jopling, Louise, Twenty Years of My Life, 1867 to 1887, London, 1925, p. 226; our transcription has been formatted to tally with the invitation card as it was originally printed (see #00831).

4.  NOTES - HARMONIES - NOCTURNES
JW's first one-man show at Messrs Dowdeswell and Dowdeswell's gallery, 133 New Bond Street, was entitled 'Notes' - 'Harmonies' - 'Nocturnes'.