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The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler
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System Number: 08664
Date: 17 January 1887[1]
Author: JW
Place: [London]
Recipient: Charles Dowdeswell[2]
Place: [London]
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Rare Books and Manuscripts Division
Document Type: ADS


Copy -

Messrs. Dowdeswells -

Jan. 17. 1887..

W. A. Killen[3]


Nocturne Palaces : .. Three proofs.      [tick]   3.
San Giorgio. Sixteen. & one destroyed    [tick]. 17.
Long Venice. Twenty two & one destroyed  [tick]. 23 
                                                 43.

J McN. Whistler


Plates destroyed:
  "Drury Lane" - "Fishing Boat." "Long Lagoon" -        3.
  "Little Court" - "Long Venice" - "Salute Dawn" -      3.
  "Lagoon Noon" - "Lobster Pots" - "Ponte Piovan"       3.
  "Quiet Canal".     "Rialto."     "San Giorgio"        3.
    "Temple"     "Upright Venice"  "Wheelwright"        3.
                                                       15.

J McN. Whistler


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Notes:

1.  17 January 1887
This is a copy of #13022.

2.  Charles Dowdeswell
Charles Dowdeswell (m. 1897), art dealer, son of C. W. Dowdeswell [more].

3.  W. A. Killen
The receipt was written by JW and signed by W. A. Killen, employee of Messrs Dowdeswell, at right angles in the margin, and by JW in the bottom left corner.