|Medium:||etching and drypoint|
|Size:||127 x 176 mm|
|Signed:||butterfly at upper right|
|Set/Publication:||'Second Venice Set', 1886|
|No. of States:||2|
|Catalogues:||K.236; M.232; W.173|
|Impressions taken from this plate (22)|
10: Dowdeswell to Whistler, invoice 16 July 1887, GUW #00891.
Later print dealers' shows included H. Wunderlich & Co., New York in 1883 (a reprise of the F.A.S. show), 1898, and 1903; Obach & Co., London, in 1903; and F. Keppel & Co., New York, in 1902. One impression was exhibited in Leipzig in 1895, one was lent by Bryan Lathrop (1844-1916) to the exhibition organised by the Caxton Club in Chicago in 1900 () and another by James Cox-Cox (ca 1849- d.1901) to the Glasgow International Exhibition of 1901. 13
Impressions also appeared in the comprehensive Memorial Exhibitions after Whistler's death including the Grolier Club exhibition in New York in 1904; the Paris and London shows of 1905, the latter lent by Henry Studdy Theobald (1847-1934); and the Rotterdam retrospective in 1906 to which Rosalind Birnie Philip (1873-1958) lent an impression (). 14
11: London FAS 1883 (cat. no. 21).
12: John Forbes-Robertson, 'Mr. Whistler, His Arrangement in White and Yellow, His Etchings and His Catalogue', Pictorial World, 31 March 1883 (GUL PC 8/8).
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