UNIVERSITY of GLASGOW

The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler
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System Number: 05740
Date: 20 May 1892
Author: Goupil Gallery[1]
Place: London
Recipient: JW
Place: [Paris]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler T85
Document Type: MsDc


NOTE DE SERVICE DE        

London

LE May 20th 1892

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List of clients who have not yet paid for work done to frames belonging to them, in connection with Mr Whistler's.

Mdme Coronio[2] paid new one cut down
" Venturi[3]   regilt (no answer)
" Leyland[4]   refuses new frame
Mr. Ionides[5]   nothing done
" Moore[6]   new frame
" Theobald[7]   frame regilt
" Rawlinson[8]   direct with Grau[9]
" Chapman[10]   refuses new frame
" Potter[11]   refuses to pay work done
" Harrison[12]   nothing done
" Leathart[13]   "  "
" Huth[14]   refuses.
" Peter Taylor[15] Old frame being regilt refuses new frame
Mdme Revillon[16]   nothing done
Gallimard[17]   refuses new frame
  The following have paid  
Cyril Flower[18]   paid (two frames regilt)
Hon. Mrs P. Wyndham[19]   d[itt]o
Mrs Peter Taylor[20]   — see above
Alexander[21]   paid
Lady Meux[22]   d[itt]o.

 


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Notes:

1.  Goupil Gallery
This note was written on paper with a heading in French, and sent by David Croal Thomson (1855-1930), art dealer [more], to JW (see #05739).

2.  Mdme Coronio
Aglaia Coronio (1834-1906), née Ionides, wife of George Coronio [more].

3.  Venturi
Emilie Venturi (d. 1893), née Ashurst, wife (1) of Sydney Hawkes, and (2) Carlo Venturi [more].

4.  Leyland
Frederick Richards Leyland (1832-1892), ship-owner and art collector [more].

5.  Mr. Ionides
Alexander ('Aleco') Ionides (1840-1898), businessman [more].

6.  Moore
Albert Joseph Moore (1841-1893), painter [more].

7.  Theobald
Henry Studdy Theobald (1847-1934), barrister and collector [more].

8.  Rawlinson
William George Rawlinson (1840-1928), silk merchant, collector [more].

9.  Grau
Frederick H. Grau (d. 1894/1895), picture framer [more].

10.  Chapman
Alfred Chapman (1839-1917), engineer and collector [more].

11.  Potter
John Charles Potter (1854-1920), wallpaper manufacturer and collector [more].

12.  Harrison
Robert Hichens Camden Harrison (1837?-1924), collector [more].

13.  Leathart
James Leathart (1820-1895), collector [more].

14.  Huth
Louis Huth (1821-1905), collector [more].

15.  Peter Taylor
Peter Alfred Taylor (1819-1891), Radical MP, partner in Samuel Courtauld and Co., silk merchants, and collector [more].

16.  Mdme Revillon
Julia de Kay Revillon (1855-1930), née Whistler, JW's niece [more].

17.  Gallimard
Sebastien-Paul Gallimard (1850-1929), collector, publisher and patron of the arts [more].

18.  Cyril Flower
Cyril Flower (1843-1907), barrister, Liberal MP, 1st Baron Battersea [more].

19.  Hon. Mrs P. Wyndham
Percy Wyndham (1835-1911), collector [more].

20.  Mrs Peter Taylor
Mrs Peter Taylor, wife of the collector [more].

21.  Alexander
William Cleverly Alexander (1840-1916), banker and patron [more].

22.  Lady Meux
Lady Valerie Susan ('Susie') Meux (1847-1910), née Langdon, collector and patroness [more].