Detail View: The AMICA Library: Draped Figure Reclining

AMICA ID: 
AIC_.1934.547
AMICA Library Year: 
1999
Object Type: 
Prints
Creator Name: 
Whistler, James Abbott McNeill
Creator Nationality: 
North American; American
Creator Dates/Places: 
American; 1834-1903 North and Central America,North America,United Sta
Creator Name-CRT: 
James McNeill Whistler
Creator Name: 
Belfond, Henry
Creator Nationality: 
European; French
Creator Dates/Places: 
French; act. late 19th cen. Europe,France,?le-de-France (region),Ville de Pari
Creator Name-CRT: 
Henry Belfond
Creator Name: 
Belfond & Cie.
Creator Nationality: 
European; French
Creator Dates/Places: 
French; c. 1891-1894 Europe,France,?le-de-France (region),Ville de Pari
Creator Name-CRT: 
Belfond & Cie.
Title: 
Draped Figure, Reclining
Title Type: 
preferred
Title: 
Draped Figure Reclining
Title Type: 
alternate
View: 
full view
Creation Date: 
1892
Creation Start Date: 
1892
Creation End Date: 
1892
Materials and Techniques: 
Lithograph, from thin, transparent transfer paper, from five stones, in black (keystone), bluish-green, olive green, yellowish green, yellow, purple-brown, pale ochre, orange-red, and rose ink, on ivory plate paper
Classification Term: 
Lithograph
Subject Description: 
Young woman, probably Rose Pettigrew, in diaphanous gown, holding fan and reclining on sofa draped in fabric
Creation Place: 
North and Central America,North America,United States
Dimensions: 
image: 180 x 258 mm (218 x 285 mm with four registration marks and color notations); sheet: 278 x 367 mm
AMICA Contributor: 
The Art Institute of Chicago
Owner Location: 
Chicago, Illinois, USA
ID Number: 
1934.547
Credit Line: 
The Art Institute of Chicago, Bryan Lathrop Collection
Inscriptions: 
Signed with butterfly on keystone, upper right, in imageSigned with butterfly in graphite, lower left, below imageInscribed in upper right in respective colors: "No 1 noir," "No 4 vert ombre," "No 5 rose clair"
Rights: 
Context: 
Drawing produced by Whistler in London. Transferred and printed by Belfond, possibly with Whistler's assistance, in Paris.Although five color stones were used, a number of impressions demonstrate that certain stones were inked with more than one color.
Related Image Identifier Link: 
AIC_.G00141.TIF