|Size:||81 x 54 (K5) 57 x 48 mm|
|Signed:||'J.W.' at lower left (1-3); 'Whistler' at lower right (2-3); removed (4); 'Whistler' at lower left (4).|
|Inscribed:||'Imp. Delatre. Rue. St. Jacques. 171.' at lower left (3)|
|Set/Publication:||'French Set', 1858|
|No. of States:||4|
|Catalogues:||K.9; M.7; T.8; W.13|
|Impressions taken from this plate (61)|
The copper plate has not been located. It started as 81 x 54 mm and was substantially reduced in size by Whistler, in the fourth state, to 57 x 48 mm.
Whistler rarely altered the size of his plates; in fact this is one of only three known examples, the others being St James's Street 178 and Sketch after Cecil Lawson's "Swan and Iris" 247.