The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler
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George Henry Morland, ??-??

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George Henry Morland was a member of Burlington Fine Arts Club.


Morland was a member of the Burlington Fine Arts Club in 1867 and attended the meeting held on 13 December 1867 when it was proposed by William Mitchell that JW was 'not a proper person to remain a member of the Burlington Fine Arts Club, and that the Honorary Secretary be authorized to strike the name of Mr Whistler from the roll of members of this club - and the Treasurer, to refuse to receive any further subscription from him', a proposal seconded by Bernard Woodward (#12958). This was as a result of a quarrel with JW's brother-in-law Francis Seymour Haden concerning Haden's treatment of his medical partner James Traer, resulting in JW knocking Haden through a plate-glass window.


Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, and Joseph Pennell, The Life of James McNeill Whistler, 2 vols, London and Philadelphia, 1908; Young, Andrew McLaren, Margaret F. MacDonald, Robin Spencer and Hamish Miles, The Paintings of James McNeill Whistler, New Haven and London, 1980.