Documents associated with: Künstler-Genossenschaft, Munich, 1891
Record 7 of 9
21, CHEYNE WALK,
Hochvererter Geheimrath! -
Your most amiable and courteous letter has given me the highest pleasure - both for the
flattering warm expression of interest in my work, and for the hint conveyed of the great distinction the Regierung so graciously intends to confer upon me. -
Nothing do I more keenly value than such flattering recognition - [p. 2] and I trust that you will
convey report submit my emminent [sic] appreciation of the graceful honour proposed - Believe me, hochverehte sir Accept I beg, hochverehte Geheimrath with my best wishes for the New Year - and my highest consideration -
[p. 3] 'Paulus / December 1891'
1. [14 November 1891]
This is a reply to a letter dated 11 November 1891 (see below); however, a note in the hand of Beatrix Whistler (1857-1896), née Beatrice Philip, artist [more], gives the date of December.
3. 21, CHEYNE WALK,
Address printed in orange.
4. Hochvererter Geheimrath
Ger., Honourable privy councillor.