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The Whistler Society Journal
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The Whistler Society Journal is edited by Dr Georgia Toutziari with Emeritus Professor Daniel Sutherland as assistant editor. Georgia is an independent Art Historian and a Whistler scholar. Having studied at Central St Martins, Christie’s Education and Glasgow University, Georgia’s PhD thesis was an annotated edition of the correspondence of Anna McNeill Whistler, Whistler’s mother. Georgia is currently working on the diaries of Anna Whistler from the Saint Petersburg years (1843-1849). Daniel is an acclaimed writer and Whistler scholar and is the author of Whistler: A Life for Art’s Sake. He has written extensively on the life of James Whistler, as well as the of historically significant people in his artistic and social circles.  He is currently working on a new book exploring the influence of Whistler in the expanded fields of art, history and culture.  Together Dr Georgia Toutziari and  Professor Daniel Sutherland co-wrote Whistler’s Mother: Portrait of an Extraordinary Life

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NUMBER II | SUMMER 2020

Our second issue discusses James Whistler's influence as a Modern artist, from his celebration of everyday life through art, to his unique industrious approach to art making, and self promotion. The journal also explores the relationships he maintained with his patrons , as well as his curious connection to the progressive nationalist reformers present in London is the late nineteenth century. Above all, it questions why Whistler's work is not properly represented in the collections of the National Gallery. 

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NUMBER I | SPRING 2017

Our inaugural issue introduces readers to the diversity of James Whistlers life and work, the individuals he influenced in his lifetime; as well as the continuing study of his work a position in the history of British and European art that continues today. The journal introduces his work and working methods as an avant-garde etcher and printmaker; the muses and influences which governed his talent as a painter; as well as the paths he travelled and the individuals he would inspire along the way.