Letter From John William Waterhouse to George Woodiwiss 8
|Abstract||Concerning the removal of the "Belle Dame" painting to Dixon and sending of it to Woodiwiss. Also concerning photographing the painting, Waterhouse's intended travels, and his inability to meet Woodiwiss at Bath this year.|
|Contributor||Waterhouse, John William, 1849-1917 (Author) / Connelly, Mollie (Transcriber)|
|Subject||Waterhouse, John William, 1849-1917 / "La Belle Dame Sans Merci" painting / traveling / photographs / art selling|
|Series||British Correspondence, Victorian Era, Pre-Raphaelite Manuscripts, John William Waterhouse Correspondence|
|Type||Autograph Letter Signed, Business Letters|
|Extent||1 leaf, writing on the recto and verso.|
|Language||English , French|
|Reuse Permissions||All Rights Reserved|
|Note||Curator's Note: The "Belle Dame" was completed in 1893, so Waterhouse was at least 44 years old when this letter was written.
Creation Date Details: This range given includes the year the "Belle Dame" was completed (1893) to the year of Waterhouse's death (1917).
|Collaborating Institutions||Department of English / ASU Library Distinctive Collections|
|Additional Formats||MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS|