Citation"Seymour Standing Under a Tree
(James Abbott McNeill Whistler) , M12116,” Harvard Art Museums collections online, Feb 26, 2024, https://hvrd.art/o/262565.
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Dominating the middle of this image is a girl in a coat, suit, skirt, stockings, shoes, and cap, leaning her back against a tree with her arms folded behind her. She is mostly in profile, and faces left with her face tilted up and her gaze looking beyond the image area. Behind her is a wooded area filled with tall trees. The tree she rests against is right next to water, and her legs and the trunk of the tree are reflected in it. The word "Seymour" is written in the water area.