The paintings include Nocturne: Grey and Gold - Westminster Bridge [YMSM 145] at the top of the sheet, and just possibly Nocturne: Blue and Gold - St Mark's, Venice [YMSM 213] at the bottom (if Whistler was being very inaccurate!).
The Nocturne in the centre could possibly have been Nocturne [YMSM 153], shown in VI. Internationale Kunst-Ausstellung, Königlicher Glaspalast, Munich, 1892, or Nocturne: Blue and Silver - Battersea Reach [YMSM 152], which, like the other two paintings, was shown in Nocturnes, Marines & Chevalet Pieces, Goupil Gallery, London, 1892.
The paper was folded into eight. It is browned at the bottom and right hand edges. There are small tears and paper losses down the right side.
Last updated: 6th March 2021 by Margaret