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Hill-Stead Museum - House and Museum
... once described as "a great new house on a hilltop" by novelist and occasional guest Henry James) an 18th-century farm house a carriage garage with an Arts and Crafts theater a barn and ... by Eugène Carrière, Mary Cassatt, Edgar Degas, Édouard Manet, Claude Monet and James McNeill Whistler prints including three engravings by Albrecht Dürer ...
Grayness - Grey in History and Art - Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
... Corot used tones of green-grey and blue grey to give harmony to his landscapes, and James McNeill Whistler created a special grey for the background of ... Whistler's arrangement of different tones of grey had an effect on the world of music, on the French composer Claude Debussy ... Corot (about 1830) Arrangement in grey and black no.1 by James McNeill Whistler, (1871), better known as Whistler's Mother The Self-Portrait of James ...

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    Ruskin’s counsel: The labour of two days ... is that for which you ask two hundred guineas?
    Whistler: No: I ask it for the knowledge of a lifetime.
    —James Mcneill Whistler (1834–1903)

    You should not say it is not good. You should say you do not like it; and then, you know, you’re perfectly safe.
    —James Mcneill Whistler (1834–1903)

    The terrible fluidity of self-revelation.
    —Henry James (1843–1916)

    Yes, madam, Nature is creeping up.
    —James Mcneill Whistler (1834–1903)