Detail from The Canal, Amsterdam, 1889, James McNeill Whistler, The Hunterian, University of Glasgow

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Provenance

  • 1903: exhibited and possibly owned by William Stephen Marchant (1868-1925), London art dealer;
  • 1903/1905: owned by Mrs Charles Julius Kino/Knowles (née Louisa Essinger) (b.1850, m.1874) , Kensington Gore, London.
  • 1940: deposited by Guy John Fenton Kino or Knowles (1879-1959) in the Fitzwilliam Museum;
  • 1959: bequeathed to the Fitzwilliam Museum.

See MacDonald 1995 (cat. rais.) [more] (cat. no. 399).

Exhibitions

  • 1903-1904: Watercolours, Pastels, Drawings in Black and White, Sculptures and Bronzes By British and Foreign Artists Including A Selection of Works by H. B. Brabazon, and A Group of Works by the late James McNeill Whistler, W. Marchant & Co., Goupil Gallery, London, 1903 (cat. no. 31) as 'Blue and Gold'.
  • 1905: Memorial Exhibition of the Works of the late James McNeill Whistler, First President of The International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, New Gallery, Regent Street, London, 1905 (cat. no. 118).

Last updated: 26th February 2021 by Margaret