John Singer Sargent

Explore the mesmerizing artistry of John Singer Sargent and immerse yourself in the captivating world of his portraits. Discover his unique style and masterful technique that continues to inspire artists today.
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I found this great image online. you could just sense the paints thickness, he preached to let the paint retain the tracks of the brush. i have a little suspicion that as much as he squinted he would also blurred his vision with eyes wide open in order to eliminate the number of planes and detail, in order to see color mass and color variations. This is why i think he was among the greatest to capture flesh tones because he then was more able to see color by itself instead of color as the…

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Artist: John Singer Sargent | Year (completed): 1907 | Period: Impressionism Chess was a game that Sargent enjoyed playing a lot and took with him when he went on painting trips. In the summer of 1907, Sargent visited Purtud, a small town in the Val d'Aosta on the Swiss-Italian border, and painted his nieces and friends there. Like how he frequently chose the attire for the women in his formal commissioned portraits, he often packed up exotic shawls and clothing to have his friends and…

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