Documents associated with: 6th Internationale Kunst-Ausstellung, Munich, 1892
Record 2 of 37
System Number: 09382
Date: [May/June 1891]
Recipient: Walford Graham Robertson
Repository: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California, Los Angeles, CA
Call Number: Special Collections
Document Type: ALS
21, CHEYNE WALK,
Dear Mr Robertson -
In the hurry today, and the preoccupation with the Dowdeswell matter, I forgot to tell you that I have had a letter from der Herr Doctor Paulus, Director of the Exhibition in Münich, begging that your two pictures, which he has just seen in Paris, & of which he is wildly enamoured, may be allowed to go on from the Champ de Mars (with other notable works the Frenchmen are sending) to the Münich Exhibition -
Now I have ready for you at once, if you like, [p. 2] "La Dame au brodequin jaune" - (Lady Archibald Campbell) and one of the pictures of the girls by the seaside you know in the dining room here -
What say you? -
I need not tell you how pleased I shall be if you further, in this way, the spreading of our two reputations! -
J McN. Whistler
1. [May/June 1891]
Dated by reference to exhibitions (see below).
Messrs Dowdeswell and Dowdeswell, art dealers in London.
4. Doctor Paulus
Adolf Paulus (b. 1851), business manager of the Kϋnstlergenossenschaft and instigator of the Munich Secession in 1893 [more], regarding Kϋnstler-Genossenschaft, Munich, 1891. Correspondence from him in 1891 is at #04208 and #04209.
Crepuscule in Flesh Colour and Green: Valparaiso (YMSM 73) and Arrangement in Brown and Black: Portrait of Miss Rosa Corder (YMSM 203), both shown in 1st Exhibition, Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 1891.