Documents associated with: 85th exhibition, Ouvrages de peinture, sculpture, architecture, gravure et lithographie des artistes vivants, Palais des Champs Elysées, Paris, 1867
Record 7 of 8
System Number: 08047
Date: [May/June 1867]
Recipient: Henri Fantin-Latour
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC 1/33/27
Document Type: ALS
2 Lindsey Row
Tu es admirablement placé ici - et tres bien vu -
Ecris moi donc un petit mot.
Et les journaux? et les medailles?
tout a toi
2 Lindsey Row
You are very well placed here - and very well thought of -
You must doubtless by now have received a letter from Aleco - he promised me he would write to you - and I believe he intends to send you 20 pounds - He is very happy to own your portrait -
I have received a charming letter from Burger [p. 2] that Manet sent me. Thank Manet on my behalf -
Have you been kind enough to give the etching to Chesneau? and Villot?
So write me a note. And the newspapers? and the medals?
1. [May/June 1867]
The letter probably dates from after the start of the Royal Academy exhibition in 1867 (see below).
3. 26 ... 1867
These numbers have been added in two different hands.
Fantin-Latour's two paintings of 'Fruit and flowers' were hung prominently, one either side of L. Alma-Tadema, Venus (z137) in the 99th Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts, Royal Academy, London, 1867, cat. nos. 495 and 500. See Druick, Douglas and Michel Hoog, Fantin-Latour, Paris, 1982, cat. no. 37.
6. ton portrait
Autoportrait (H. Fantin-Latour, Portrait de Fantin (FL.167) (z151)). It was exhibited at the 85th exhibition, Ouvrages de peinture, sculpture, architecture, gravure et lithographie des artistes vivants, Palais des Champs Elysées, Paris, 1867, cat. no. 572 as Portrait - étude, and bought by A. Ionides.