|Medium:||etching and drypoint|
|Size:||220 x 130 mm|
|Signed:||butterfly at right|
|No. of States:||4|
|Catalogues:||K.382; M.382; W.259|
|Impressions taken from this plate (12)|
Freer lent his print again to another Chicago exhibition, which was organised by the Caxton Club in 1900 (). 11 Mansfield lent his own impression (which was inscribed 'Very fine Proof.' by Whistler) to the annual exhibition in Philadelphia in 1902 and to the Whistler Memorial Exhibition in Boston in 1904 (). 12
Impressions were also shown in other Memorial shows: two impressions were shown at the Grolier Club in New York in 1904, one in London, lent by the Board of Education (), and one in Paris in 1905. 13
11: Chicago 1900 (cat. no. E225).
SALES & COLLECTORS
14: GUW #13029; Whistler to E.G. Brown, GUW #13000, #13001.
15: GUW #13055.
16: GUW #13660.
17: GUW #13037, #13050, #13036.
18: GUW #10934.
Finally Whistler sold an impression in 1899 to Wunderlich's of New York, and with their discount this came to £10.10.0. 22 Wunderlich's are known to have handled impressions owned by Miss Louise Veltin (dates unknown) () and by Harris G. Whittemore (d. ca 1937) () but whether they bought directly from Wunderlich's is not known.
Other early collectors include John Charles Sigismund Day (1826-1908), in England () ; and Thomas Jefferson Coolidge jr (1863-1912) () and Robert Forsyth (fl. 1927) () in America.
20: GUW #13044.
21: 21 January-27 June 1891, GUW #13070.
22: Wunderlich's to Whistler, 24 March 1899, GUW #07305.