|Medium:||etching and drypoint|
|Size:||120 x 166 mm|
|Signed:||'Whistler - ' at lower right (1-3); partly removed (4-final)|
|Set/Publication:||Junior Etching Club, 1862|
|No. of States:||6|
|Catalogues:||K.86; M.87; T.86; W.69|
|Impressions taken from this plate (35)|
The second state, 'retouched' by Whistler, was printed with burr on early impressions, on, for example, ivory wove (); off-white wove (); chine collé (); and light weight, cream Asian paper laid down on heavy weight, ivory plate paper (). All extant impressions are printed on black ink.
Regarding the publication of this etching by Day & Son Ltd, Frederick Goulding (1842-1909) told the Pennells:
14: American Art Association, Masterpieces of Engraving and Etching ... Collection of Henry Graves, Jr., New York City, Anderson Art Galleries, 3 April 1936 (lot. no. 64).