Documents associated with: Exposition Universelle des Beaux-Arts, Antwerp, 1894
Record 20 of 23
System Number: 10680
Date: [October 1894]
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC 2/11/2
Document Type: Lc
110 rue du Bac -
My dear Mr. Jay:
I have been promised:The Little White Girl -
Nocturne, Blue and Silver
Rosa Corder -
Valparaiso - for the Antwerp Exposition - To these I can add myself a couple more - and I hope to get some etchings and lithographs.
I may even manage one, or perhaps two more paintings. Meanwhile I thought it right to tell you, and it would be very nice of you to let Jules Stewart know, I cannot for the life of me make out his address, on a note about an American Club which I should like to answer!
Will you send it to me?
In any case probably you will be going to this meeting
of at Stewart's on Monday - so do say that I would certainly have come, if it had been after dinner, - say at 9 or 10 o'clock - but in the afternoon one can go on working until after 6.30.
Of course I shall be delighted to belong to any body gotten together by you two gentlemen -
If I am not present I should like to hear about it -
J. McN. Whistler
1. [October 1894]
Dated by the reference to an exhibition (see below); the date added by the copyist (1895) is correct.
7. Jules Stewart
Jules M. Stewart, possibly a member of an American art club, involved in organising an exhibition in Antwerp. His letter is not located.