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The Corresponence of James McNeil Whistler

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Documents associated with: 3rd Internationale Kunst-Ausstellung, Munich, 1888
Record 51 of 53

System Number: 09150
Date: [May 1891/1892][1]
Author: JW
Place: London
Recipient: William Heinemann[2]
Place: [London]
Repository: Published
Document Type: Lc[3]


21, Cheyne Walk
Chelsea.

My dear Publisher -

You are clearly having a good time of it! I can only regret that I may not go with you to Brussels - Meanwhile say many things of course from me to our friend Harry[4] - and when you come back come and tell us[5] of your travels -

The pictures are going to Munich all right - I have heard from the Herr Paulus[6] - Your edition of the Kipling[7] is very pretty - do send us some more novels - I will send William[8] for whatever you may think we would delight in.

Bon voyage! - and good luck!

[butterfly signature]


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Notes:

1.  [May 1891/1892]
Dated by address and reference to exhibition.

2.  William Heinemann
William Heinemann (1863-1920), publisher [more].

3.  Lc
Text from American Art Association sale catalogue, New York, 8 and 9 February 1927, no. 323.

4.  Harry
Gérard Harry (fl. 1877-1890), journalist for L'Indépendance Belge [more].

5.  us
JW and Beatrix Whistler (1857-1896), née Beatrice Philip, artist [more].

6.  Herr Paulus
Adolf Paulus (b. 1851), business manager of the Kϋnstlergenossenschaft and instigator of the Munich Secession in 1893 [more]; JW exhibited first in 3rd Internationale Kunst-Austellung, Munich, 1888, and in subsequent exhibitions in 1889, 1891, 1892 and 1901.

7.  Kipling
Joseph Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936), writer [more]. R. Kipling, The Light That Failed; Mine Own People; Soldiers Three; The Story of the Gadsbys and Under the Deodars; The Phantom 'Rickshaw and Other Stories were all published by Heinemann and Balestier, London, 1891, in the English Library series. R. Kipling and Wolcott Balestier, The Naulahka: a Story of West and East, adventure novel published by Heinemann in 1892; R. Kipling, Kim, was published by Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig, in 1901.

8.  William
William Bell, JW's secretary [more].