John Singer Sargent
Whitney Museum of American Art, 1986 - Art - 295 pages
A valuable contribution to the history of late 19th-century European and American art, covering every aspect of John Singer Sargent's life, work, and artistic sensibility. 260 illustrations, 90 in full color.
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Foreword Tom Armstrong
The Formation of a Style and Sensibility Patricia Hills
Sargent in Venice Linda Ayres
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Abbey aesthetic American Art American Artists American Painting Art Gallery Art Institute Bead Stringers Boit Boston Public Library Brooklyn Museum brushwork Calcot Carnation Carolus-Duran Charcoal on paper Charles Claude Monet color critics decorative depict drawings Edouard Pailleron Emily England English Art Club exhibition catalogue February figures Fladbury Fogg Art Museum Francis Ormond French friends Gallery of Art Gautreau Gift Glehn gouache Henry James Impressionism Impressionist Isabella Stewart Gardner Jaleo John Sargent John Singer Sargent June Lady landscape light Lily London Madame Madame X Magazine Massachusetts Metropolitan Museum Montesquiou murals Museum of Art October Oil on canvas outdoor painter Palazzo Paris Paul Helleu Pencil on paper Pozzi Private collection Quoted in Charteris Richard Ormond Royal Academy Salon Sargent painted Sargent's watercolors scenes sister sketches society Stewart Gardner Museum Street in Venice studies summer technique Venetian Interior Venice Vernon Lee Violet Watercolor on paper Whistler William
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