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    One of the most striking paintings - so sharp and exact. John Singer Sargent at Tate Britain

  • Sheila Thomsen

    One of the advanced study works for the Madam X painting ( Madame Gautreau ) by John Singer Sargent. For more info and other studies and drawings for this work http://www.jssgallery.org/hpaintings/madame_x.htm ..........#GT

  • Marina Sapir

    John Singer Sargent, Study of Mme Gautreau, c. 1884.   Tate One of the earliest pictures. There is something of caricature, and much less of idealization obvious of his late portraits.

  • Madeline McCullough

    John Singer Sargent, Madame Pierre Gautreau study.

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