James McNeill Whistler – Art for Art’s Sake

James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903) was an American born, British painter who believed Art should be for Art’s sake, not for state or religious purposes. His personal motif was a stylized butterfly, which he signed most of his paintings with. Our collection includes his most recognized work, “Arrangement in Gray and Black”, popularly known as “Whistler’s Mother”. Other patterns include The White Girl, At the Piano, Miss Cicely Alexander, The Music Room, Battersea Beach, Early Morning Thames, and This Princ

Patterns Included In This Set

Self Portrait

Whistler’s Mother

The White Girl

Portrait of Thomas Carlyle

Old Battersea Bridge

Battersea Beach

Symphony in White No. 3

At the Piano

Miss Cicely Alexander


The Lange Leizen of the Six Marks

Portrait of Theodore Dure

The Fan

Portrait of Whistler with Hat

Head of Old Man Smoking

Girls in White

The Music Room

The Princess from the Land of Porcelain

Portrait of Mrs. Frances Leyland

Early Morning Thames

Symphony in Blue and Pink

The Falling Rocket