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System Number: 05047
Date: 10 February 1898
Author: Francis Gerard Prange[1]
Place: London
Recipient: JW
Place: [Paris]
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler P687
Document Type: ALS


10 / 2 / 98

[circular crest with rose and crown:] THE REFORM CLUB[2]

Dear Whistler,

I see that you are "particeps [ominus?]"[3] towards getting up an Exhibition on the lines which I proposed at the Grafton[4].

You know that this place (Grafton not Reform[)] has been turned into a Toffee & Coffee Shop -

Now could I do something in the new venture?

I am free till [p. 2] August & who knows the Continent & its Illustrators & its language better than

yr old friend

F G Prange


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Notes:

1.  Francis Gerard Prange
Francis Gerard Prange (b. ca 1843), London art dealer [more].

2.  REFORM CLUB
A political Liberal Club founded in London in 1836.

3.  'particeps [ominus?]'
Lat., sharing in. The exhibition was the Exhibition of International Art, International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, London, 1898, the first exhibition organised by the newly formed society.

4.  Grafton
The Grafton Gallerieswhere JW exhibited from 1893-95.