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James Abbott McNeill Whistler, A Woman in Her Chemise, c.1858(424 views)
In fine condition aside from pale staining and minor foxing.
In a letter dated November 17, 2006, Margaret MacDonald states, 'I was very glad...to see the double-sided pen drawing of a young woman and confirm that it is, in my opinion, by James McNeill Whistler. It is a charming drawing done with a very fine pen, and resembles sketches done during Whistlers early years in Paris, such as 'Reclining Lady' (private collection, MacDonald 214). It looks as if it was drawn from life, and records an intimate scene, showing a woman in her chemise, shoulders bare, half-dressed. Whistlers mistress destroyed many of his early Parisian drawings, so this is a rare survival. I would date it to around 1857-1858.'
Dimensions: 6 7/8 X 4 in.
Artist or Maker: Whistler, James Abbott McNeill, American (1834-1903)
Medium: Ink on paper
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