Documents associated with: Mr Whistler's Lithographs, The Fine Art Society, London, 1895
Record 37 of 84
System Number: 01311
Date: 18 November 1895
Author: Marcus Bourne Huish
Place: [Lyme Regis]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler F243
Document Type: ALS
BY SPECIAL APPOINTMENT TO H. R. H. THE PRINCE OF WALES.
[Royal coat of arms]
FIRST SPECIAL AWARD SYDNEY INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1879.
DIPLOMA OF HONOUR VIENNA, 1883.
TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS: "FINART, LONDON." [...]
THE FINE ART SOCIETY, LIMD.
148, NEW BOND ST / W.
18. Novr 1895
Dear Mr Whistler
This is not yet to hand but they propose to let me have it to day -
Pennell has been here & wants to start on this. I have told him that he must submit to you what he writes -
Notice to papers
This appears in Times, [p. 2] & Morning Post (emasculated) & D. News - Here is the circular which accompanies the Invitation Card to the other lithographs - Trust Goulding for blowing his own trumpet. But we shall go one better -
You did not quite understand this. It is a flag to hang from our battlements.
I am afraid in this weather that white would look dingy in a day - So will you
look think of something else.
Marcus B Huish
The legal agreement between JW and the Fine Art Society over his forthcoming exhibition Mr Whistler's Lithographs, The Fine Art Society, London, 1895 finalised by 22 November 1895. See G. & W. Webb to JW, #06225.
4. Morning Post
See 'Mr Whistler's Lithographs,' in 'Court Circular', Morning Post, 18 November 1895, p. 5.
Frederick Goulding (1842-1909), printer and print-maker [more]. Goulding and Robert Dunthorne (b. ca 1851), of the Rembrandt Gallery, print dealer and publisher [more] were organising a print show at Dunthorne's gallery (see M. B. Huish to JW, #01321). The gallery was at 5 Vigo Street.