It is thought that Whistler introduced Roussel to transfer lithography and the Ways, master printers. Roussel made a series of transfer lithographs, drawn on specially prepared paper and then transferred to the stone. This enabled the artist to avoid drawing directly onto a cumbersome lithographic stone. The prints were exhibited at Dowdswells in 1894. They are now very scarce.
Printed on laid paper. Total printing about 30 impressions.
One of four lamplight studies of Hetty Pettigrew. She was also drawn by Whistler in both pastel and lithography.
Collections: BM, GLASGOW, MMA
Reference: H. 169
Size:190 x 155 mm