New York: Privately Printed [at the De Vinne Press] and Copyrighted by Frederick Keppel, 1904. 8°. Printed in red throughout, Whistler's butterfly designs on title and in margins of one leaf, 4 facsimile pages, slip inserted. Original wrappers printed in red with butterfly designs (lightly browned, a few spots)." /> WHISTLER, James Abbott McNeill - Frederick KEPPEL (1845-1912). <I>The Gentle Art of Resenting Injuries being some unpublished correspondence addressed to the author of "The Gentle Art of Making Enemies."</I> New York: Privately Printed [at the De Vinne Press] and Copyrighted by Frederick Keppel, 1904. 8°. Printed in red throughout, Whistler's butterfly designs on title and in margins of one leaf, 4 facsimile pages, slip inserted. Original wrappers printed in red with butterfly designs (lightly browned, a few spots). | Christie's
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    Sale 5141

    Fine Printed Books & Manuscripts

    12 November 2007, London, South Kensington

  • Lot 128

    WHISTLER, James Abbott McNeill - Frederick KEPPEL (1845-1912). The Gentle Art of Resenting Injuries being some unpublished correspondence addressed to the author of "The Gentle Art of Making Enemies." New York: Privately Printed [at the De Vinne Press] and Copyrighted by Frederick Keppel, 1904. 8°. Printed in red throughout, Whistler's butterfly designs on title and in margins of one leaf, 4 facsimile pages, slip inserted. Original wrappers printed in red with butterfly designs (lightly browned, a few spots).

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    WHISTLER, James Abbott McNeill - Frederick KEPPEL (1845-1912). The Gentle Art of Resenting Injuries being some unpublished correspondence addressed to the author of "The Gentle Art of Making Enemies." New York: Privately Printed [at the De Vinne Press] and Copyrighted by Frederick Keppel, 1904. 8°. Printed in red throughout, Whistler's butterfly designs on title and in margins of one leaf, 4 facsimile pages, slip inserted. Original wrappers printed in red with butterfly designs (lightly browned, a few spots).

    PRESENTATION COPY, the front wrapper inscribed, "To Walter W. Burgess, R.E., from his friend - the author." William Walter Burgess (1856-1908), etcher and full member of the Royal Engravers.


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