Sir Garnet Wolseley
|Size:||305 x 177 mm|
|Signed:||butterfly at left (5-final)|
|No. of States:||7|
|Catalogues:||K.164; M.166; W.138|
|Impressions taken from this plate (7)|
After Whistler's death, impressions were shown in the Memorial Exhibitions including the comprehensive show at the Grolier Club in New York in 1904, and at the Copley Society in Boston in the same year, and in Paris in 1905. 21 An impression from the collection of King Edward VII was exhibited as 'Lord Wolseley' at the Whistler Memorial show in London in 1905. 22 A correspondent of the Morning Post was mystified by the numbering of the ISSPG catalogue:
23: Morning Post, 6 March 1905 (GUL PC21/19).
SALES & COLLECTORS
24: [6-25 November 1877], GUW #02178.
One impression was trimmed and signed on the tab with a butterfly by Whistler, in the 1890s, for a dealer or a prospective purchaser (). This print was recorded as owned in 1910 by 'W. V. Kellen' - possibly a relation of Ph. Van der Kellen, the director of the Rijksprentenkabinet.
26: FGA vouchers 1903-9485, 1903-9503.
27: 'G.R.H.', 'Art Notes', Pall Mall Gazette, , (GUL PC22/141).