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James McNeil Whistler - Study In Grey And Black No 1, 1871

By: StudioFibonacci

The Victorian Mona Lisa - Whistler's Mother. Originally shown at the 104th Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Art in London (1872), it first came within a hair's breadth of rejection by the Academy. The sensibilities of a Victorian era viewing audience would not accept what was apparently a portrait being exhibited as a mere "arrangement"; thus the explanatory title "Portrait of the Artist's Mother" was appended. It was from this that the work acquired its popular name. After Thomas Carlyle viewed the painting, he agreed to sit for a similar composition, this one being titled Arrangement in Grey and Black, No. 2. Thus the previous painting became Arrangement in Grey and Black, No. 1 more or less by default.

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