The Major’s Daughter

Maker(s)
Artist: James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903)
Printer: Joseph Swain (19th century)
Historical period(s)
1862
Medium
Wood engraving; ink on paper
Geography
United States
Credit Line
Gift of Gordon H. Brown
Collection
Freer Study Collection
Accession Number
FSC-GR-434
On View Location
Currently not on view
Classification(s)
Print
Type

Wood engraving

Keywords
boat, United States, woman
Provenance
Provenance information is currently unavailable
Published References
  • Once a Week: An Illustrated Micellany of Literature, Art, Sicence, and Popular Information. London, 1862. 712.
  • Margaret F. MacDonald. James McNeill Whistler: Drawings, Pastels, and Watercolours : A Catalogue Raisonné. New Haven, 1995. cat. 302, 97.
  • Elizabeth Robins Pennell, Joseph Pennell. The Life of James McNeill Whistler. 2 vols., London and Philadelphia. vol. 1: p. 99.
  • Robert H. Getscher, Paul G. Marks. James McNeill Whistler and John Singer Sargent: Two Annotated Bibliographies. Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, vol. 467 New York. p. 74.
  • Walter Thornbury. Historical and Legendary Ballads and Songs. Boston and London. p. 175.
  • Una L. Johnson. The Wood Engravings of James McNeill Whistler. no. 28, October 1941. pp. 283, 285,28t.
Collection Area(s)
American Art
Web Resources
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