Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Rest



Repose,1911 by John Singer Sargent, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.

After 1907 Sargent grew tired of painting so many society portraits for money. he chose to concentrate instead on outdoor scenes and more casul poses like this one of his neice.

2 comments:

lotusgreen said...

i love her shawl

Anonymous said...

what do you think it is about sargent and manet? it's something about the darks, i wonder i it's the temperature of the darks with respect to the lights? what do you think?

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