Portrait of Miss Emily Tuckerman

Maker(s)
Artist: James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903)
Historical period(s)
1898
Medium
Pastel on prepared cardboard
Dimensions
H x W: 23.2 x 17.3 cm (9 1/8 x 6 13/16 in)
Geography
United States
Credit Line
Bequeathed by Miss Emily Tuckerman and gifted to the Freer Gallery through Charles Adams Platt
Collection
Freer Gallery of Art
Accession Number
F1925.1a-c
On View Location
Currently not on view
Classification(s)
Drawing
Type

Drawing

Keywords
portrait, United States, woman
Provenance

To 1925
Miss Emily Tuckerman (died 1925), to 1925 [1]

From 1925
Freer Gallery of Art, bequest of Miss Emily Tuckerman, gifted through Charles A. Platt on January 24, 1925 [2]

Notes:

[1] Object file, undated folder sheet note. Also see correspondence with Mrs. George Draper and Mr. Platt, 1925 Letter File, Gifts to the Collection.

[2] See note 1. Also see object file, curatorial remarks, Kenneth Myers & Elizabeth Duley, April 14, 2004.

Previous Owner(s)

Emily Tuckerman died 1925

Published References
  • Margaret F. MacDonald. James McNeill Whistler: Drawings, Pastels, and Watercolours : A Catalogue Raisonné. New Haven, 1995. .
  • David Park Curry. James McNeill Whistler at the Freer Gallery of Art. Washington and New York, 1984. p. 279, pl. 282.
Collection Area(s)
American Art
Web Resources
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