"Whistler and Roussel: Linked Visions"

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"Whistler and Roussel: Linked Visions"
Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago.
James McNeill Whistler. "Nocturne: Blue and Gold—Southampton Water", (1872).

After seeing a watercolor by Theodore Roussel, James McNeill Whistler met the young artist and began working side-by-side with him, developing new lithography and color etching techniques. The Art Institute's new exhibition explores the partnership, displaying the resulting innovation through 175 objects, including etchings, lithographs, drawings, paintings and artist-designed frames.

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