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Girl Standing

Freer Gallery of Art
Accession no: 1898.407
State: 1/1

Collection credit:Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution  
Image credit:Photo © Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution  
Provenance:Francis Seymour Haden (1818-1910), London; bought from Wunderlich & Co. receipt 9 November 1898, by Charles Lang Freer (1856-1919), Detroit, MI, 1898; bequeathed to the Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 1919.  


Paper size:310 x 194 mm  
Plate mark size:227 x 150 mm  
Note on size:.  
Paper trimmed to pmk?:no  
Colour of the paper:ivory  
Paper type (wove, laid, Japan etc): laid  
Note on the paper:'antique' laid  
Watermarks:R? K countermark  
Ink colour:black  
Additional work on the print, e.g. in pencil:wash on face  
Print tone:Considerable graduated tone in a concentric oval around the figure, which is wiped clean along the front of the face and body; with prominent left-right diagonal wiping marks at the bottom; inky plate marks at the top and sides.  
Note on foul biting:  
Print note:While Kennedy did not illustrate this print, this is presumably the impression described in his text as 'perhaps unique.'  


Whistler's sign on plate:no  
Inscriptions by Whistler on the plate:no  
Inscriptions by others on the plate:no  
Whistler's signature on paper:no  
Inscriptions by Whistler on the paper:no  
Tab signed/inscribed:no  
Note on the tab:  


Printer's signature (e.g. Goulding):no  
Notes on inscriptions:  
Collector's mark:'F' stamp (C.L. Freer, not in Lugt)  
Dealers' stock nos:no  
Misc inscriptions by others:'Supp 365' at the lower centre on the recto by C.L. Freer; blue dot at the lower left corner on the verso.  


Source of information:Whistler Etchings Project and museum records  

All inscriptions are in graphite pencil unless otherwise stated.