Lindsey Row, Chelsea. 1888. Lithograph. Way 20; Levy 33; Tedeschi, Stratis and Spink 23. 5 x 8. Way lists 14 impressions (Goulding printed 42 posthumous impressions). This is one of the posthumous impressions. Printed on cream laid paper countermarked 'A.W.P.& A.O.L.' $3,250.
Tedeschi, Stratis and Spink write, p. 23: This light-filled image of houses on Lindsey Row was drawn near the two residences (at 7 and then 2 Lindsey Row) that Whitler had occupied before he moved into the White House on Tite Street in October 1878.The small trees and overhanging branch appear to be in blossom, suggesting that the drawing was made in spring or early summer.
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