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Songs on Stone: James McNeill Whistler and the Art of Lithography
AAM First Prize
Vol. 24, no. 1
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Table of Contents:
Acknowledgments Art from Industry: James McNeill Whistler and the Revival of Lithography Douglas W. Druick Lenders to the Exhibition Early Experiments: Images of Maud Franklin The Thames The Streets of London In the Studio Brittany At Home in Paris: The Rue du Bac Paris Shops, Streets, and Gardens Portraits and Published Editions Lyme Regis Final Lithographs: The Savoy Hotel and the Birnie Philip Family Chronology Glossary Suggestions for Further Reading Notes
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