System Number: 13018
Date: [11 February 1888]
Recipient: Thomas M. McLean
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler NB 1/28
Document Type: MsD
|28||T. M. McLean|
|Feb 11 (?)||Gipsy Baby [sic]||5||5||0|
|The Little Cloak||4||4||"|
|King's Road Chelsea||5||5||"|
|Battersea Bridge No. 3.||10||10||"|
|Dry point Indication||10||10||"|
|Market Place Bruges||6||6||"|
|Children's Fruit Barrow||4||4||"|
|Received by cheque||124||6||5|
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1. [11 February 1888]
The fact that the date on this table is recorded somewhat uncertainly as 'Feb 11 (?)' indicates that it was possibly penned some time after that date.
2. Thomas M. McLean
Thomas M. McLean (b. ca 1832), print dealer and publisher [more].
Written in the hand of Charles James Whistler Hanson (1870-1935), engineer, son of JW and Louisa Fanny Hanson [more].
Printed in top left corner.
5. Gipsy Baby ... Church Brussels
This records the sale of etchings, mostly executed the previous year. The etchings were Gypsy Baby (Greedy Baby) (K.339); unidentified; The Japanese Dress (K.337); unidentified; unidentified; Wych Street (K.159); The Little Nurse (K.302); probably Ramparts, Sandwich (K.309); The Fur Cloak (K.332); The Fan (Model No.3) (K.345); Model Stooping (K.342); King's Road, Chelsea (K.278); Sketch of Battersea Bridge (K.311); Little Nude Figure (K.340); Salvation Army, Sandwich (K.305); Rag-Shop, Milman's Row (K.272); unidentified drypoint; Market-Place, Bruges (K.351); Courtyard, Brussels (K.355); possibly Fish-Market, Ostend (K.349) or The Fish-Shop, Busy Chelsea (K.264); possibly Fruitshop (K.259); and Church, Brussels (K.356).