DECEMBER 16, 2011 – APRIL 7, 2012

Compared to Rembrandt by his contemporaries, American émigré artist James McNeill Whistler’s dual dedication to painting and printmaking invigorated the graphic arts movement and fundamentally influenced a generation of artists in the late nineteenth century. Whistler’s accomplishments as an etcher and lithographer and features images inspired by travel in France and Germany, the working-class neighborhood of Chelsea in London, and the landmarks of Venice.

This exhibition is organized by the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, Alabama.

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