James Abbott McNeill Whistler

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Noun1.James Abbott McNeill Whistler - United States painter (1834-1903)James Abbott McNeill Whistler - United States painter (1834-1903)  
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Now, you may think you've managed to figure this one out (being huge Mr Bean fans like we are), but don't get too excited; Atkinson (sadly) isn't going to be making an appearance at the museum a la his memorable turn in 1997's screwball comedy Bean, where he somehow goes from being a clumsy, somnolent security guard at London's National Gallery to transporting an iconic painting by American artist James McNeill Whistler to the Grierson Art Gallery in Los Angeles.
Doorway and Vine from the Second Venice Set, 1879-80, James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903), etching and drypoint on paper, 23.
1834: American artist James McNeill Whistler, who made Chelsea his adopted home, was born in Massachusetts.
James McNeill Whistler, Stephane Mallarme, and Oscar Wilde shaped their own books to ensure that physical format reflected their intentions.
Dan Sutherland, a history professor, was one of the onscreen experts for a documentary on artist James McNeill Whistler, and members of the university's Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies participated in the series "Time Scanners.
2 and 11) A profile of artist James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903), who's best known for the iconic "Whistler's Mother'' painting.
by James McNeill Whistler, has also been taken over by Louboutin's style.
Many more enter than graduate, and both James McNeill Whistler and Edgar Allan Poe washed out.
The American James McNeill Whistler, irate with the bureaucrats in charge of his country's art exhibit, displayed his work under British auspices (one of his paintings won a gold medal).
ANNABEL GOLDIE, SCOTTISH TORY LEADER as Whistler's Mother by James McNeill Whistler (1871)
James McNeill Whistler, "Harmony in Blue and Gold: The Peacock Room," oil paint and gold leaf on canvas, leather, and wood (1876-77).
While in Paris he also met and socialized with other avantgarde artists whose names would land in the art history books of the 20th century, including Camille Pissarro (1830-1903), James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903) and Andre Derain (1880-1954).