James McNeill Whistler

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Portraits, Pastels, Prints: Whistler in The Frick Collection June 2 through August 23, 2009
Link to video of Joanna Sheers discussing Whistler’s painting, 'Harmony in Pink and Grey'

Joanna Sheers discusses Whistler's "Harmony in Pink and Grey: Portrait of Lady Meux" from the exhibition Portraits, Pastels, Prints: Whistler in The Frick Collection, June 2 through August 23, 2009. 

Link to video of Edgar Munhall discussing Whistler’s 'Arrangement in Black and Gold'

Curator Emeritus Edgar Munhall discusses Whistler’s "Arrangement in Black and Gold, Comte Robert de Montesquiou-Fezensac" from the exhibition Portraits, Pastels, Prints: Whistler in The Frick Collection, June 2 through August 23, 2009. 

Link to video of Joanna Sheers discussing Whistler’s 'Symphony in Flesh Colour and Pink, Portrait of Mrs. Frances Leyland'

Joanna Sheers discusses Whistler’s "Symphony in Flesh Colour and Pink, Portrait of Mrs. Frances Leyland" from the exhibition Portraits, Pastels, Prints: Whistler in The Frick Collection, June 2 through August 23, 2009. 

Link to video of Joanna Sheers discussing Whistler's 'Symphony in Grey and Green, The Ocean'

Joanna Sheers discusses Whistler's Symphony in Grey and Green, The Ocean from the exhibition Portraits, Pastels, Prints: Whistler in The Frick Collection, June 2 through August 23, 2009. 

 
Whistler, Women, and Fashion
April 22, 2003 to July 13, 2003

Marking the centenary of the death of James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903), The Frick Collection presented Whistler, Women, and Fashion — the first in-depth exploration of the artist's lifelong involvement in fashion as an essential aspect of his work.

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Portraits, Pastels, Prints: Whistler in The Frick Collection

June 2, 2009 to August 23, 2009

Between 1914 and 1919, Henry Clay Frick acquired twenty works by James McNeill Whistler: five paintings, three pastels, and twelve prints, a remarkable ensemble that represents the breadth of Whistler’s artistic activity and testifies to Frick’s taste as a collector.

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