|Artist||Whistler, James Abbott McNeill|
|Title||The Smith's Yard|
|Year Range from||1895|
|Year Range to||1895|
|Dimensions||H-11.535 W-7.835 inches|
|Credit line||Found in Collections|
|Provenance||Found in UAMA Collections.|
Lugt 2322; Way (1896) 88 AIC (Chicago 1998) 124
The Art Institute of Chicago, "The Lighographs of James McNeill Whistler," Chicago, Ill. 1998. (two volumes) Editors: Martha Tedeschi, Harriet Stratis and Katharine Lochnan.a transfer lithograph, drawn on thin, transparent transfer paper, black ink.
Gasgoigne, Bamber "How to Identify Prints," 20 transfer lithographsilmour, Pat. "Lasting Impressions Lithography as Art," Alexandria Press, London, 1988, page 18+ "The lithographic revival reached its peak in France during the 1890s. This was the great era of artists' albums and portfolios as well as of luxury edition books illustrated lithographically...."
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