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

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Crepuscule in Opal: Trouville

Crepuscule in Opal: Trouville dates from Whistler's sojourn in Trouville, probably in October and November 1865. 1


                Crepuscule in Opal: Trouville, Toledo Museum of Art
Crepuscule in Opal: Trouville, Toledo Museum of Art

Whistler wrote to Lucas (Luke) Alexander Ionides (1837-1924) on 26 October 1865, 'My pictures I think you will like very much - The Sea is splendid at this moment but I am anxious to get back.' 2 In the following year, Whistler deposited several 'Sea views' with Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1882) during his absence in Valparaiso, leaving Joanna Hiffernan (b. ca 1843-d.1886) with authority to sell or pawn them as needed. 3

Notes:

1: YMSM 1980 [more] (cat. no. 67).

2: GUW #11311.

3: J. Hiffernan to J. A. Rose, 14 May 1866, GUW #11484.

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