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Anna McNeill Whistler
also called Anna Matilda McNeill and has 2 more synonyms

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  1. Anna Matilda (nee. McNeill) Whistler was the mother of American-born, British-based painter, James McNeill Whistler, who made her the subject of his famous painting "Arrangement in Grey & Black", often titled, Whistler's Mother

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  2. born on September 27, 1804 in Wilmington, North Carolina

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  3. died on January 3, 1881 in London

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  4. the daughter of Dr. Daniel McNeill, a physician, and Martha Kingsley McNeill

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  5. mother of the artist James McNeill Whistler and model for the painting Whistler's Mother

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