Thursday, September 26, 2013

A Little Color by James Mc Neill Whistler (1834-1903)


James Mc Neill Whistler (American born, British based Painter 1834-1903) Maud Franklin c 1875

Truly color is vice! Of course, it can be, and has the right to be one of the finest virtues. Controlled by the strong hand and careful guidance of her Master drawing, color is a splendid Mistress, with a mate worthy of herself, her lover, but her Master likewise, the most magnificent Mistress possible, and the result is evident in all the glorious things that spring from their union. James Abbot McNeill Whistler


James Mc Neill Whistler (1834-1903). Rose and Green The Iris - Portrait of Miss Kinsella 1894


James Mc Neill Whistler (American born, British based Painter 1834-1903) Arrangement in Yellow and Grey Effie Deans


James Mc Neill Whistler (American born, British based Painter 1834-1903) Harmony in Brown The Felt Hat 1891


James Mc Neill Whistler (American born, British based Painter 1834-1903) Harmony in Coral and Blue Milly Finch


James Mc Neill Whistler (American born, British based Painter 1834-1903) Mother of Pearl and Silver The Andalsiian 1888


James Mc Neill Whistler (American born, British based Painter 1834-1903) Red and Black The Fan 1891


James Mc Neill Whistler (American born, British based Painter 1834-1903) Arrangement in Pink and Purple 1881


James Mc Neill Whistler (American born, British based Painter 1834-1903) Harmaony in Red Lamplight 1886


James Mc Neill Whistler (American born, British based Painter 1834-1903) Harmony in Fawn Color and Purple 1885


James Mc Neill Whistler (American born, British based Painter 1834-1903) Pink Note The Novelette (1884)


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