John Singer Sargent

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Whitney Museum of American Art, 1986 - Art - 295 pages
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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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A lavishly illustrated group of scholarly essays published by the Whitney Museum as the catalog of the retrospective of this 19th-century Euro-American society painter. Hills contributes three fine ... Read full review

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Foreword Tom Armstrong
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The Formation of a Style and Sensibility Patricia Hills
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Sargent in Venice Linda Ayres
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