System Number: 13148
Date: [October 1892?]
Recipient: Charles Frederick Ulrich
Repository: Private Collection
Credit Line: Image of letter supplied by www.GalleryofHistory.com
Document Type: ALS
110. Rue du Bac. Paris.
Dear Mr Ulrich -
I have heard not a word from you for an age -
Forgive my troubling you - but I am most anxious to know all about the Exhibition - Kindly therefore write me a line and tell me when the "Internationale" closes -
[p. 2] The Nocturne, "Fire Wheel", I should like insured for £800 - and sent to me here at this address: 110. Rue du Bac - Paris.
ought to be insured and sent on to him direct - It had better be insured for £400 -
[p. 3] The Etchings, as you know
May as well are to remain in Munich -
I had a note the other day from Potter saying that apart from one or two telegrams he had heard nothing from the officials in Munich -
Do tell me about this -
and believe me
Very Sincerely Yrs
J McN. Whistler
1. [October 1892?]
Dated from exhibition (see below).
3. Private Collection
Transcription taken from image of letter supplied by www.GalleryofHistory.com. Also published in R. M. Smythe sale catalogue, New York, 22 April 1999, lot 148. Described as being written in purple ink, and as having come from the Ruddy Collection.
6th Internationale Kunst-Austellung, Munich, 1892. The exhibition closed at the end of October.