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Documents associated with: Académie Carmen
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System Number: 00007
Date: [September 1898][1]
Author: JW
Place: [London]
Recipient: Académie Carmen[2]
Place: [Paris]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler A7
Document Type: MsD


Academy Carmen.
Painting Sculpture & Drawing
Professors
Messrs Painter Whistler and Sculpture MacMonnies[3]
Modéle vivant[4] all day
Night class from 7 till 10.

Terms.  
Half day. 35 francs
Whole day. 70 "
Sculpture 40 "
Night class 20 "

 

For further information enquire
At the Academy

6 Passage Stanislas
(rue Notre Dame des Champs)
Paris.

[p. 2] Académie Carmen.

Peinture, Sculpture, Dessin
Professeurs.
M. M. Peinture Whistler Sculpture MacMonnies
Modéle vivant toute la journée
Cours du soir de 7 à 10 heures.

Demi-journée 35 francs
Toute la journée 70 "
Sculpture 40 "
Cours du soir 20 "

 

Pour tous Renseignements s'adresser
à l'Académie

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. The handwriting is unidentified. This draft may have been designed by JW as a correction of the printed poster advertising the Académie, #00008.

3.  MacMonnies
Frederick William MacMonnies (1863-1937), sculptor [more], who left shortly afterwards, apparently to open his own atelier.

4.  modele vivant
Fr., live model.