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Lot No. 280

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James Abbott Mcneill Whistler

American 1834-1903
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    "Eagle Wharf" From The Thames Set: "A Series Of Sixteen Etchings Of "Scenes On The Thames And Other Subjects"

    Etching, printed in black ink on medium weight fibrous oriental laid paper; only state, 1859, signed in the bottom plate center "Whistler" , ,

  • State: Only state.
  • Condition:In very fine condition overall, slight staing, with a missing portion bottom margin.
  • Sheet: 8 5/8 × 11 5/16 in. (21.9 × 28.7 cm)
  • Plate: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 in. (14 x 21.6 cm)
  • References: Recorded in the standard texts on the original lithographs of Whistler by Kennedy 41 only state; Glasgow 50 only state; Mansfield 40.
  • Provenance: Frederick Keppel & Co. N.Y, their original vintage label verso, inventory number D6451.
  • Framing: offered unframed
  • Note: Frederick Keppel established the first European style print gallery in America.Keppel came to America in 1864 and became a print dealer in 1868. He was a patron and promoter of the Etching Revival and etchers including Whistler, Zorn, Buhot and Pennell. He gave Félix-Hilaire Buhot his first one-man show in 1888, and about the same time started to buy and sell a large number of Whistler's prints. (source Wikipedia).

    Framed in a vintage American Modernist frame in good original condition.
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* Estimates do not include 28% buyer's premium (see Terms and Conditions). NR means no reserve (minimum bid $50 unless otherwise posted). Estimates in other currencies based on conversion rates of Euro: 0.85 , British Pound 0.73, Swiss Fr 0.92. All conversion values are approximate with the final cost determined in dollars.
workcode: ja-2001l-05