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Whistler and His Circle in Venice

by Eric Denker

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  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Merrell .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History Of Art / Art & Design Styles,
  • Individual artists,
  • Painting & paintings,
  • European,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Art,
  • Criticism,
  • Individual Artist

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8620450M
    ISBN 101858942004
    ISBN 109781858942001

      Venice of the Venetians; Beyond Whistler; Events; Beyond Whistler and his Circle. Travel and tourism expanded rapidly in the nineteenth century. In the eighteenth century, the wealthy included travel in their cultural and historical education. later in the century, the Baedeker line of travel handbooks. The purpose of these books, as summed. Painter-etchings, Drawings and Other Art Property of the Late Otto H. Bacher of Laurence Park, N. Y., including Many Rare and Unpiblished Plates of His Own Work and Others Inscribed to Him by Frank Duveneck, T. M. Wendel, Robert Blum and the Younger Group of Bacher's Co-workers in Venice; A Number of Fine Plates of S. L. Wenban, and Mr. Bacher's Remarkable Collection of Items Associated .

    Whistler and His Circle. Showing all 21 results. In September , James McNeill Whistler boarded the Venice-bound night train in Paris. He was forty-five years old and bankrupt. What was to be a three-month stay in the Italian city--long enough to complete a set of twelve etchings--stretched to fourteen months. When Whistler returned to London, he brought back over fifty magnificent etchings and a hundred pastels, far in excess of the.

      Whistler originally went Venice after being awarded a farthing in damages and humiliated in the libel case against Ruskin and to make some money from a commission by the Fine Art Society to produce 12 etchings of Venice. In the end he stayed for nearly 14 months and produced a huge quantity of work and, it would appear, enjoyed himself so much he had to be bribed to return home!   The Etchings of Whistler and His Circle. – Whistler’s views of Venice, in particular, enthralled generations of etchers, as seen in the work of Otto Henry Bacher, Frank Duveneck, James McBey, and Joseph Pennell, among others. All of these printmakers valued spontaneous and free drawing, rather than tightly.


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"Whistler and His Circle in Venice' is partly focused on the wonderful etchings and pastels that James Whistler did on a long stay in the city that began in He had gone there with a modest commission for a dozen Whistler and His Circle in Venice book that were intended to restore his financial fortunes and dented artistic by: 1.

Whistler and His Circle in Venice is a landmark publication, offering a fresh examination of one of the most influential turn-of-the-century artists on the th anniversary of his death in This stunning new survey focuses on a little-documented period of Whistler's career: his stay in Venice 5/5(2).

Whistler and his circle in Venice. [Eric Denker; Corcoran Gallery of Art.] -- As this book reveals, Whistler's struggle to find a "Venice of the Venetians" proved profoundly significant, challenging and redefining the ways in which others viewed the city.

With his model and mistress Maud Franklin, he stayed there for 14 months. The beauty of Venice inspired some of his greatest works: atmospheric oil paintings of Venetian nights, vivid pastels and some of Following his bankruptcy inAmerican artist James McNeill Whistler sought refuge in Venice, armed with a contract from the Fine Art Society for a set of 12 etchings/5.

Buy Whistler and His Circle in Venice 01 by Eric Denker (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Whistler and His Circle in Venice: : Eric Denker: Books5/5(3).

Whistler and His Circle in Venice features 50 intimate etchings -- 20 by Whistler -- and also includes the work of Whistler's circle: Otto Bacher, Charles Holloway, Mortimer Menpes, James McBey, Frank Duveneck, Joseph Pennell, Ernest Roth and John Marin. In addition. Printing the 'First Venice Set' took Whistler fromwhen he was in Venice, and from latewhen he returned to London, for the next twenty years.

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The Venice Sets. Following Whistler's bankruptcy in Maythe Fine Art Society commissioned him to go to Venice and return by December with a set of twelve prints. In the event his inspiration ran away with him and he did not return until November ofbringing back many more plates.

As one of the Duveneck boys, Curtis painted James McNeill Whistler at a Party in (Fig. 5), documenting a social event at Bronson’s Casa Alvisi. His own likeness is best recalled in Sargent’s depiction of Curtis, his wife, and his parents, An Interior in Venice (Fig.

6) painted in in Venice. - Exhibited: "Whistler and his circle in Venice" at the Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D.C., Medium 1 print: etching.

Call Number/Physical Location FP - XIX. The Etchings of Whistler and His Circle 40 James McNeill Whistler, C. Drouet, Sculptor, were exhibited widely, greatly extending Whistler’s influence in Europe and the United States.

The next section of the exhibition examines Whistler’s views of Venice. Whistler in Paris, London, and Venice examines the life and artistic development of James Abbott McNeill Whistler (–), one of the most celebrated artists of the 19th century, through the lens of three of his earliest and most innovative sets of etchings, the.

It is an inspired idea for a book (a lavishly illustrated essay, really) to which the authors have appended four of James’s long travel pieces on Venice originally collected in in Italian Hours. The first to arrive was Whistler, in September Whistler and His Circle in Venice.

by Eric Denker. In September ofAmerican expatriate artist James McNeill Whistler () arrived in Venice with a commission from the Fine Arts Society in London to produce a set of prints over a period of three the end, he remained in Venice not just for a season, but for fourteen months.

During his time in the city, Whistler completed. James McNeill Whistler’s () work, on display in the Corcoran Gallery’s “Whistler and his Circle in Venice,” captures this Venice. A subtle attention to detail is characteristic of the Corcoran’s exhibitions.

For “Whistler and his Circle in Venice,” the exhibition space is painted a dark shade of eggshell, which works well. With Whistler in Venice is an article from Fine Arts Journal, Volume View more articles from Fine Arts this article on this.

Provenance. Purchased 30 January by Elizabeth Chanler, Boston, at the St. Botolph Club Exhibition; given by her to Stanford White [], New York, for professional services;[1] his wife, Mrs. Bessie Smith White [d. ], New York; their son, Lawrence Grant White [], St. James, Long Island, New York; his wife, Mrs.

Laura Astor Chanler White, St. James, Long Island, New York. Whistler and His Circle in Venice (book review) James McNeill Whistler Beadstringers, chalk and pastel on brown paper /16 x /2 in.

© The Corcoran Gallery of Art James Abbott Mcneill Whistler Glasgow Museum Harvard Art Museum Aubrey Beardsley Red Feather Impressionist Paintings Art For Art Sake Realism Art Art Reproductions pins.

In OctoberDuveneck, with his Munich students, referred to at the time as his "boys," had moved permanently from Munich to Italy, holding winter classes in Florence and spending his summers with his students in Venice, where they became close with Whistler. In Venice, Duveneck painted the local working class, his large Water Carriers, Venice (Fig.

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