Sunday, 3 July 2011

James McNeill Whistler - part 2

Portrait of Whistler in 1885 by William Merritt Chase

This is part two of a two-part post on the work of James McNiell Whistler, showing more of his paintings. For biographical and background information on Whistler, see part 1 also.

1872c Arrangement in Grey: Portrait of the Painter

1875 Maud Franklin

1879-80 Nocturne in Blue and Silver: The Lagoon, Venice

1879-80 Nocturne: Blue and Gold - St Marks, Venice

1883-4 Arrangement in Flesh Colour and Black: Portrait of Theodore Duret

1883-4 Arrangement in Pink: Red and Purple

1885 Blue and Violet: La Belle de Jour

1885 Harmony in Fawn Colour and Purple: Portrait of Miss Milly Finch

1885 London Bridge

1890 The Rose Drapery 
chalk and watercolour

1895 The Little Rose of Lyme Regis

1895-1900c Brown and Gold (self-portrait)

1897 Miss Rosalind Birnie Philip Standing

1900 Nude Model Reclining 

1864-71c Battersea Reach from Lindsey Houses

1864 Caprice in Purple and Gold: The Golden Screen

1898 Harmony in Blue and Gold: The Little Blue Girl

1871-2c Nocturne in Blue and Silver

1876 Nocturne in Grey and Gold: Snow in Chelsea

1865c Variations in Flesh and Green: The Balcony

1865 White and Grey: The Hotel Courtyard, Dieppe

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