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System Number: 13093
Date: March 1890
Author: JW
Place: [London]
Recipient: John Postle Heseltine[1]
Place: London
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler NB 1/58/2
Document Type: MsD[2]


'58'[3] Mr Hesaltine [sic] (196 Queens Gate. S. W.) in a/c [with J. McN. Whistler]
[...]
1890 Mar. 1 The Nocturne (Dance House)  15 15 0
1   "  Zaandam -  10 10 0
1   "  Pierrot -  15 15 0
1   "  Mill (Amsterdam[4])  12 12 0
1 Pastel. (Leaning Figure[5]) }      
1 Spanish Girl[6] }  80   0  0 
    134  12  0 
  Received by cheque.      

 


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Notes:

1.  John Postle Heseltine
John Postle Heseltine (1843-1929), accountant, amateur etcher, collector of prints and drawings [more].

2.  MsD
Written in an unknown hand.

3.  '58'
At top left is the printed page number and details of the recipient, followed by sales made to Heseltine on 20 January 1889, #13037, and then by the transactions in 1890.

4.  Amsterdam
The etchings are from 'Holland set', 1889 (K.402-416) (excat 10).

5.  Leaning Figure
Possibly Tillie: Study in Pink and Mauve (M.370).

6.  Spanish Girl
Heseltine owned Tillie: Study in Pink and Mauve (M.370), Portrait of the artist (M.423), Campanile Santa Margherita (M.773), Beadstringers (M.788), Behind the Arsenal (M.791), Sunset; red and gold - The Gondolier (M.806), and Modèle drapé (M.1071): none of these appears to fit the title 'Spanish Girl'.