Lot 58 of 399:
Whistler's Liverdun etching from The French Set  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$600
Estimate:
$1,000 - $1,500

Title:
Liverdun (From the French Set)
Author:
Whistler, James Abbot McNeill
Place:
Paris
Publisher:
Date:
1858
Description:

Etching. Image: 10.6x15.3 cm (4¼x6"); sheet: 24.2x30.1 cm (9½x11¾"). State II. 

Signed in plate at lower left. With printer Delatre's address at lower right. "Liverdun was drawn during Whistler's etching tour of the Rhineland between 14 August and 7 October 1858. It dates from early in the trip, possibly in the second half of August. Other scenes etched on this trip include The Unsafe Tenement and Street at Saverne  Liverdun was published in Douze eaux-fortes d'après Nature (Twelve Etchings from Nature, the 'French Set') in November 1858." - University of Glasgow Catalogue Raisonné.

Lot Amendments
Condition:
Affixed to matte at top edge with tape at reverse.
 
Item number:
307358a
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