Inspired by: MFA Boston's John Singer Sargent Watercolors

The "John Singer Sargent Watercolors" exhibition just opened at the MFA Boston. I have been looking forward to this show since seeing it on their Upcoming calendar earlier this year. When I worked at an art gallery in Boston the summers between sophomore & junior years of college, the assistant gallery director (who is now one of my very good friends) loved Sargent, and I always think of her when I see his pieces. She lives in Texas now, but I know that she would be first in line to see this show if she was still in Boston.  Ninety pieces will be on display, but here are just a few that inspired me.
John Singer Sargent, Simplon Pass: Reading, about 1911 | modern-day reading

John Singer Sargent, Corfu: Lights and Shadows, 1909 | a green door

John Singer Sargent, Villa di Marlia, Lucca: A Fountain, 1910 | lemon trees

John Singer Sargent, Pomegranates, 1908 | among the pomegranates
 
Sargent images via online gallery at MFA.org

 


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8 comments:

  1. Jaime these images are stunning - thank you for sharing - they were quite inspiring xo

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  2. Oh wow, his art reminds me of Renoir! I love it!

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  3. have you been yet? I'd love to make a night of it - you game?

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  4. Love them all. Especially the Lights and Shadows one.

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  5. They are all so beautiful! Kisses, dear.

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  6. these are all great. i need to get to the MFA soon!

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