Andrew Jackson Kirkpatrick

Andrew Jackson Kirkpatrick (1839-1900) was a wealthy Glasgow merchant  and collector who made a serious mistake in his purchase of a ‘Whistler’ painting – indeed, he made two mistakes buying it and displaying it!  Whistler was not a man to cross – and his fury at finding his name attributed to a ‘sham’ must have caused the unhappy collector much discomfort.  My page tells the whole story.

 

https://jenjen999.wordpress.com/andrew-jackson-kirkpatrick-and-the-whistler-painting/

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About jenjen999

I am a family historian with an interest not only in direct lines but in the social background and historical setting of the families I research.
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