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John Singer Sargent: Figures and Landscapes, 1900-1907   Ormond Richard| Kilmurray Elaine

John Singer Sargent: Figures and Landscapes, 1900-1907

2012 год.
From 1900 to 1907, John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) travelled considerably, visiting the Alps, Italy, Spain, Norway, and Palestine. In Palestine in 1905, he painted a significant group of oils and watercolours as well as a group of studies of the Bedouin. It was during this burst of artistic production that he painted "The Mountains of Moab" (Tate Gallery, London), which was the first pure landscape he ever exhibited (Royal Academy, 1906). In Italy and Spain, Sargent painted parks, gardens, fountains, and statues, subjects which reveal his taste for the high style of Renaissance and Mannerist art and for the romantic grandeur of deserted spaces. As evidenced by the works in this new volume, Sargent reinvented himself as a landscape painter during his travels. Expressing a finely developed sense of modernity, he selected quirky angles of vision and used a range of compositional strategies – compression, foreshortening, abrupt croppings, and receding perspectives – in a manner that is...
 
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