The Kitchen

Etching; second state of three (glasgow); dark brown ink on buff chine on off-white wove paper (chine collé) | 22.7 x 15.6cm | 1858

James McNeill Whistler

This image of a rustic kitchen in Lutzelbourg, a town in Alsace, belongs to a group of etchings known as the "French Set." They were Whistler’s first published prints, issued in Paris in 1858 by Auguste Delâtre and formally titled "Douze eaux-fortes ...
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