Documents associated with: Nathan and Son
Record 3 of 4
System Number: 11932
Date: 2 April 1879
Author: James Anderson Rose
Recipient: [Newtons Auction and Estate Offices?]
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC
Document Type: ALS
'Re Whistler 2 April 1879'
J. ANDERSON ROSE,
11, SALISBURY STREET, STRAND,
2nd April 1879
J A Rose
[p. 2] printing press also put down which belongs to Fagan at the British Museum and does not belong to Whistler at all. This must be excluded
'Re Whistler ... 1879' written in another hand in the left margin at right angles to the main text. '166' written in another hand, in a circle, just beneath the date. Legal documents, including those relating to JW's bankruptcy, were collected and numbered by Rose. JW was declared 'insolvent' on 6 May 1879. The auction of his paintings, etchings, drawings, oriental collection of prints and porcelain, and household effects, was held in the White House on 7 May 1879.
Nathan & Son, Officers to the Sheriff of Middlesex.
JW exhibited several works including Harmony in Yellow and Gold: The Gold Girl - Connie Gilchrist (YMSM 190) and Arrangement in Brown and Black: Portrait of Miss Rosa Corder (YMSM 203) at 3rd Summer Exhibition, Grosvenor Gallery, London, 1879.
6. Lofts & Warner
House agents at 99 Mount Street, Grosvenor Square.