Margaret MacDonald Talk on James McNeill Whistler

Leading Whistler scholar Margaret MacDonald from the Department of Art History, University of Glasgow, talks about the artist and the world-famous collection of his prints, copper plates and other works at the Hunterian Art Gallery.

Outspoken and argumentative, dressed in his black patent shoes and with a white plume of hair coiffured amongst black waves, the painter James McNeill Whistler (US, 1834–1903) cultivated a charismatic public persona who challenged the art community and elicited the mocking attention of the popular press. Visit exhibition page

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05 July 2014, 12PM


the Bluecoat
School Lane
Liverpool L1 3BX
0151 702 5324
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