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Kennedy, appendix 111 state 3 of 3. Signed with butterfly on plate. Etched by Whistler; bitten by Sir Frank Short after Whistler's death.
Inscribed on print: 'J. McN. Whistler. delt.' and ' F. Short. aq.'
Title and other information from Beall.
State 3/3, and dates verified by: Margaret F. MacDonald, Grischka Petri, Meg Hausberg, and Joanna Meacock, James McNeill Whistler: The Etchings, a catalogue raisonné, University of Glasgow, 2012, on-line website at
American prints in the Library of Congress : a catalog of the collection / compiled by Karen F. Beall... Baltimore : John Hopkins Press, 1970, p. 5*.
Gift; Pennell Collection.





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