Documents associated with: Fair Women, Grafton Galleries, London, 1894
Record 16 of 19
System Number: 09405
Date: 14 March 
Recipient: Walford Graham Robertson
Repository: Huntington Library, San Marino, CA
Call Number: WR 655
Credit Line: © The Huntington Library
Document Type: ALS
110. Rue du Bac. Paris
My dear Mr Graham Robertson -
Now this time I do want you very much to lend your pictures -
You must acknowledge that I have not troubled you for years - and I quite admited [sic] all that you said about the Chicago business.
But this is for Antwerp - There is to be, as I daresay you know, a [p. 2] great International affair there this May - and I have been specially invited - and I would, of all things, so much like to be represented by the Rosa Corder & your Pacific.
They would make a splendid show for both of us! - and you should be at peace afterwards for ages - I promise you -
Write me a line to say that they shall go and I will send all further details -
Besides I will find you something else to take their place while they are away - -
How is it you never come to Paris? - This I take for granted as you have never been to see us.
How did you like the seapieces I sent to the Grafton? -
With kindest regards and remembrances from us both to your Mother & yourself
J. McNeill Whistler
[p. 2] Mind you this Antwerp Exhibition is most important - or I wouldn't persist in this way -
It means a good deal to me!
Graham Robertson. Esq
[postmark:] PARIS - 80 / R[UE] DU BAC / 3IE  / MARS / 94
1. 14 March 
Year taken from postmark and date written on envelope in an unknown hand.
Exposition Universelle des Beaux-Arts, Antwerp, 1894.
4. Rosa Corder & your Pacific
Arrangement in Brown and Black: Portrait of Miss Rosa Corder (YMSM 203) and Crepuscule in Flesh Colour and Green: Valparaiso (YMSM 73).
Fair Women, Grafton Galleries, London, 1894.
8. Mind you [...] to me!
'Mind you ... to me!' is written on p. 2 at right angles to the rest of the text.
Written in another hand.