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

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The Zattere; harmony in blue and brown

Provenance

  • By 1886: probably bought by Ross Revillon Winans (1850-1912) , Baltimore, Maryland.
  • 1914: with Albert Louis Roullier (1858-1920) , Albert Roullier Art Galleries, Chicago;
  • By 1915: bought by Marshall Field III (1893-1956) , Chicago;
  • By 1938: owned by his ex-wife, Evelyn M. Field, later Mrs Diego Suarez (1888–1979) .
  • 1962: bought from F. W. Woolworth on 23 March by Knoedler's, New York dealers;
  • 1963: sold in January to a private collector;
  • 1984: sold through Knoedler's to Daniel J. Terra (1911-1996) ;
  • 1985: Daniel J. Terra Collection, Chicago, IL;
  • 1992: Terra Foundation for the Arts Collection, Chicago, IL;
  • 2004: The Terra Museum of American Art in Chicago closed; The Terra Foundation for American Art placed part of the collection, including the works on paper, on long-term loan to the Art Institute of Chicago.

Exhibitions

  • 1881: Venice Pastels, Fine Art Society, London, 1881 (cat. no. 4) as 'The Zattere; harmony in blue and brown'.

Last updated: 10th February 2021 by Margaret