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System Number: 00008
Date: [September 1898][1]
Author: Académie Carmen[2]
Place: Paris
Recipient: JW
Place: [London]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler A8
Document Type: PD


Anglo Américan School
WHISTLER ACADEMY
Painting, Sculpture and Drawing
Modéle vivant all day
(Night lessons also)
PROFESSORS:
Messrs WHISTLER and MAC-MONNIS[3]
For Inscriptions and all informations
INQUIRE AT THE ACADÉMY
6, Passage Stanislas, 6
(RUE NOTRE-DAME-DES-CHAMPS)
PARIS

[p. 2] Académie WHISTLER
Peinture, Sculpture, Dessin
Modéle vivant toute la journée
(Cours du soir)
PROFESSEURS:
M.M. Whistler Mac-Monnis
Pour tous Renseignements
S'ADRESSER
6, Passage Stanislas
(Rue Notre-Dame-des-Champs)
PARIS


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Notes:

1.  [September 1898]
Dated from the reference to the Académie Carmen (see below).

2.  Academie Carmen
The Paris atelier opened by Carmen Rossi, model, proprietess of the Académie Carmen [more]. It opened early in October 1898 and closed on 6 April 1901. JW wrote to the papers on 1 October claiming he was not responsible for the title 'Academie Whistler' nor for the description 'Anglo-American School'; see #07664. A draft corrected poster appears to have been prepared by JW, #00007.

3.  MacMonnies
Frederick William MacMonnies (1863-1937), sculptor [more]. MacMonnies had left by 1899, apparently to open his own atelier.