Answer: James Abbott McNeil Whistler intended to paint his mother standing, but
when she grew tired, he allowed her to sit while he completed his most
famous painting, “Arrangement in Grey and Black No.1.” In 1891, the
painting, more commonly known as “Whistler’s Mother,” became the first
American artwork ever bought by the French state. It’s now on display at
the Musée d’Orsay in Paris.
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