On View
Sep 23, 2003–Mar 28, 2004

The artistic style of James McNeill Whistler, which is so admired today, was not as well appreciated in the 19th century. Marking the 100th anniversary of Whistler's death, this exhibition highlighted his works on paper and examined the influence that Japanese woodcuts had on his artistic technique.

Exhibition programming

January 11
1 pm: Second Sunday Gallery Tour
Guided tour of the exhibition by Roxanne Stanulis, exhibition curator