Evening--Little Waterloo BridgeArtist(s)James Abbott McNeill WhistlerArtist NationalityAmerican (North American)Object Creation Date1896Medium & Supporttransfer lithograph with stumping on laid paperDimensions
9 1/8 in. x 11 in. ( 23.2 cm x 28 cm )Credit LineBequest of Margaret Watson ParkerSubject matter
Drawn from the windows of the newly opened Savoy Hotel in London, this view shows the Waterloo Bridge and the Victoria Embankment along the Thames. Whistler and his wife lived in rooms on the top floor of the Savoy during Beatrix's final months before her death.Physical Description
Viewed from an elevated vantage point, a curved roadway at the lower left meets a bridge that crosses a river; in hte far distance are indications of buildings along the far bank. On both the roadway and bridge can be seen horse-drawn carriages and conveyances.Primary Object ClassificationPrintRights
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bridges (built works)
water (inorganic material)