Sargent and the Sea
Today went to the Royal Academy of Arts in London to see the exhibition "Sargent and the Sea" (it has been another quiet weekend). You can download an overview by clicking here. It has had mixed reviews - take this one from The Observer, which scorns the curators and artist for showing in John Singer Sargent's work "the lack of sincerity, the evasiveness, the faint boredom, the sense that everything is seen, but very little felt." Ouch! While I can see what the she's saying it seems…
Hylda, Daughter of Asher and Mrs. Wertheimer, 1901 - John Singer Sargent - WikiArt.org
‘Hylda, Daughter of Asher and Mrs. Wertheimer’ was created in 1901 by John Singer Sargent in Realism style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.