In the 1880s, James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903) reinvented himself through the medium of watercolor. Culled from the Freer Collection's amazing treasure trove of more than 50 watercolors by Whistler, the works shown here in lush color include figures, landscapes, nocturnes, and interiors. Providing context for these sumptuous works as well as rigorous scientific analysis of Whistler's materials and techniques, Lee Glazer offers a groundbreaking look into an overlooked segment of the celebrated artist's oeuvre.
Whistler In Watercolor: Lovely Little Games
Author: Lee Glazer.