UNIVERSITY of GLASGOW

The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler
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System Number: 01638
Date: [1881/1885?][1]
Author: Gallery Club[2]
Place: [London]
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler G4
Document Type: PD


       GALLERY CLUB.
        COMMITTEE.
BANCROFT, S. B. PARRY, C. HUBERT.
BENSON, R. H. ROWTON, LORD, C. B.
CRAWFORD, EARL OF. SCHUSTER, LEO F.
HOLFORD, G. L. STRACEY, COL. HENRY,
HOOD, COL. HON. A. STUART-WORTLEY, C. B., M. P.
IRVING, HENRY. SULLIVAN, SIR ARTHUR.
KINTORE, EARL OF. UNDERDOWN, E. M., Q.C.
LATHOM, EARL OF. WHARNCLIFFE, EARL OF.
MANNERS, HENRY.  
 
SECRETARY.
THOS. D. CROFT.

 

[pp. 1-4] LIST OF MEMBERS. [...][3]
TEMPORARY HONORARY MEMBERS.
GANZ, WILHELM.             MAPLESON, COL. J.


               

  


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Notes:

1.  [1881/1885?]
Dated by range of people in the list of club members.

2.  Gallery Club
A private gentleman's club for those interested in the theatre and the arts.

3.  LIST OF MEMBERS
The list is arranged in three columns over four pages. Among those named are the following: Edwin Austin Abbey (1852-1911), painter and illustrator [more]; Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836-1912), painter [more]; [p. 2] Joseph Williams Comyns Carr (1849-1916), art critic and theatre manager [more]; Richard D'Oyly Carte (1844-1901), impresario and property developer [more]; Sidney Colvin (1845-1927), Keeper of Prints and Drawings, British Museum [more]; Alfred Gilbert (1854-1934), sculptor [more] ; Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (1836-1911), playwright and librettist [more]; Corney Grain (1844-1895), barrister turned actor [more]; Charles Edward Hallé (1846-1919), artist [more]; Francis Bret Harte (1836-1902), writer [more]; Sir Isidore George Henschel (1850-1934), singer, composer, conductor, and Professor at the Royal College of Music [more]; [p. 3] Richard Monckton Milnes (1809-1885), Baron Houghton of Great Houghton, biographer of John Keats [more]; William Henry Hurlbert (1827-1895), journalist and author, editor-in-chief of the New York World from 1876-1883 [more]; John Henry Brodribb alias Henry Irving (1838-1905), actor, Director and manager of the Lyceum Theatre [more]; Sir Coutts Lindsay (1824-1913), Bart., co-founder of the Grosvenor Gallery [more]; Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford (1837-1916), Lord Redesdale (1886), diplomat, Secretary of the Office of Works, and collector [more]; Thomas Douglas Murray (1841-1911), barrister [more]; Alfred William Parsons (1847-1920), landscape painter, watercolourist and illustrator [more]; Carlo Pellegrini (1839-1889), alias 'Ape', cartoonist for Vanity Fair, designer and lithographer [more]; [p. 4] William Baptiste Wordsworth Scoones (1838 or 1839-1906), civil servant [more]; W. Shakespeare (b. 1850), Professor of Singing at the Royal Academy of Music [more]; Julian Russell Story (1850-1919), genre and portrait painter [more]; Thomas Waldo Story (1854-1915), sculptor [more]; Henry Yates Thomson (1838-1928), barrister and collector [more]; Emmanuel Maguire Underdown (1831-1913), barrister [more]; Frederick Richard Warre (b. 1831), rentier [more]; Edward Montagu Stuart Granville Stuart-Wortley (1827-1899), 1st Earl of Wharncliffe [more]; JW; William McNeill Whistler (1836-1900), physician, JW's brother [more]; Archibald James Stuart-Wortley (1849-1905), painter, first President of the Society of Portrait Painters [more], and Charles Wyndham (1837-1919), actor [more].