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James whistler

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famous works by James Whistler

famous works by James Whistler

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  • 1. James Whistler famous works
  • 2. Artistic movement: Tonalism • Founder of the Tonalist movement • George Inness • 1880's • Landscape format • dark, neutral hues such as gray, brown or blue
  • 3. Tonalism • Influenced by Barbizon • Enficisses in tone and mood • Ended by impressionism and modernism
  • 4. Portrait of Whistler with hat • During Art study in Paris ! • Portrait of Whistler with Hat (1858), Freer Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
  • 5. Symphony in White No.1 • Early career • Symphony in White, No.1: The White Girl, another painting of Joanna Hiffernan. • 1862 • WebMuseum Paris • First famous work • Mistress and business manager
  • 6. Self portrait • Arrangement in Gray: Portrait of the Painter (self portrait, c. 1872), Detroit Institute of Arts • Oil on canvas
  • 7. Moonlights • Early Mature career • 1 of 3 "Moonlights" or nocturnes • Nocturne: Blue and Gold - Old Battersea Bridge (1872), Tate Britain, London, England
  • 8. Whistler's Mother • Returned to to portraits • Mature career • Arrangement in Grey and Black No.1 (1871), popularly known as Whistler's Mother, Musée d'Orsay, Paris

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