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Interpreting Sargent By Elizabeth Prettejohn

Interpreting Sargent by Elizabeth Prettejohn

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Interpreting Sargent by Elizabeth Prettejohn

-- Published to accompany a major 1999 exhibition at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston -- Sargent's first major retrospective since the memorial exhibitions held after his death in 1925.-- Over 40 full-color and black-and- white illustrations celebrate the artist's sublime portraits as well as his lesser known landscapes, figure subjects, watercolors, and murals.-- Dr. Elizabeth Prettejohn, author of STC's Rossetti and his Circle, provides a concise narrative examining Sargent's early education in France and the impact of his portraiture style on two continents, including a comparison of his celebrity status in life with the diminished reputation following his death, and the revival now underway.

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Interpreting Sargent by Elizabeth Prettejohn
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