Documents associated with: Album, see portfolio
Record 18 of 26
System Number: 08284
Date: 8 February 
Recipient: David Croal Thomson
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscript Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC 18/1510
Document Type: ALS
110. Rue du Bac. Paris.
Dear Mr. Thomson -
Many thanks for catalogue of sale - What are [you] going to do about the "Music Room"? - Write me a line -
Its all right about the reproductions in Art Journal - but you will send proofs for me to see and touch if necessary? -
Have the last three lithographs reached you? I am quite anxious now that you told of storms and uncertainties in Channel -
You were going to send over the copies of Album - I believe that you are [p. 2] to receive an answer to your very kind note directly -
Envelope:D. C. Thomson. Esqr
Dartmouth Park Hill
[stamp:] POSTE / REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE / 25
[postmark:] PARIS - 80 / R- DU BAC / 4E / 8 / FEVR / 94
1. 8 February 
Dated from the postmark.
'12C' is written in red ink in an unknown hand at top left of p. 1, and '85' in pencil, and also on the envelope.
4. Music Room
Harmony in Green and Rose: The Music Room (YMSM 34) was auctioned at Christie's, London, 10 February 1894 (lot 69), and bought by 'Collin' or 'Collard' for £199.10.0, although Thomson told JW that the Glasgow dealer Paterson had bought it for over £200 (#05802).
Anon., 'Art and Mr. Whistler,' The Art Journal, vol. 46, no. 120, December 1894, pp. 358-361.
7. copies of Album
A selection of photographs of oil paintings, mostly those exhibited at Nocturnes, Marines and Chevalet Pieces, Boussod, Valadon & Cie, Goupil Gallery, London, 1892.