Only one title is known:
It was described in the Liverpool Mercury on 3 July 1884 as 'a clever flower study'. As such, it is unusual in Whistler's subjects.
However, several flower compositions in pastel and watercolour were shown in the subsequent Dowdeswells' exhibition, including Mother of pearl and silver - Flowers [M.1107], A yellow note - Flowers [M.1108], and Studies of poppies [M.1109].
Last updated: 11th November 2020 by Margaret