Hugh Hammersley John Singer Sargent (American, Florence London) Date: 1892 Medium: Oil on canvas Her gold-trimmed silk-velvet dress and the sumptuous setting announce his mastery of varied textures and patterns.
Hugh Hammersley, John Singer Sargent (American, Oil on canvas; 81 x 45 in. x cm). Douglass Campbell, in memory of Mrs. Richard E.
Hugh Hammersley John Singer Sargent The Metropolitan Museum of Art - I like the way he has captured the velvet of her gown; I can almost feel it.
Violet Hammersley, wife of Hugh Hammersley 1892-93 John Singer Sargent
Print of John Singer Sargent's oil-on-canvas painting "Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose" depicts two young girls lighting Chinese lanterns in an English garden. The title of the painting derives from the refrain of a popular song, "Ye Shepherds Tell Me" by
Sargent is one of my favorite American portrait artist, His rendering of fabrics are exquisite This piece is so languid, the textures are amazing. Repose (Nonchaloire) John Singer Sargent 1911 National Gallery of Art, Washington DC