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James McNeill Whistler

From his American beginnings to his studies in France to his long life in England, James McNeill Whistler (1834 - 1903 ) created art that reflected his grand persona. His portraits captured an era, reflecting the styles, mores, and passions of the 19th century in his tonal somewhat monochromatic style. He related his art to music, viewing his paintings as nocturnes, symphonies, and arrangements based on tones of color rather than sound. His most iconic work is his Arrangement in Grey and Black: The Artist's Mother from 1871 (aka Whistler's Mother)
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