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Madame X (Madame Pierre Gautreau), 1883-84 Mural - John Singer Sargent| Murals Your Way

Madame X (Madame Pierre Gautreau), 1883-84 Mural - John Singer Sargent| Murals Your Way

Title: Rosina, 1878  Artist: John Singer Sargent  Location: Private Collection

Rosina, 1878 by Sargent

Spanish Dancer, John Singer Sargent     이 여성 역시 로시나인지는 알 수 없으나 그녀만큼이나 매혹적이라는 것만큼은 확실히 느낄 수 있다. 특히 빛의 사용이 인상적이다. 대비가 뚜렷한 명암 때문에 그림의 분위기와 그림 속 무희의 춤사위가 더욱 선명하고 농도 짙게 표현되고 있다. 그러한 짙은 농도만큼 그녀의 손끝과 시선 하나하나에 집중하게 되고 빠져들게 된다.

Spanish Dancer, John Singer Sargent 이 여성 역시 로시나인지는 알 수 없으나 그녀만큼이나 매혹적이라는 것만큼은 확실히 느낄 수 있다. 특히 빛의 사용이 인상적이다. 대비가 뚜렷한 명암 때문에 그림의 분위기와 그림 속 무희의 춤사위가 더욱 선명하고 농도 짙게 표현되고 있다. 그러한 짙은 농도만큼 그녀의 손끝과 시선 하나하나에 집중하게 되고 빠져들게 된다.

John Singer Sargent (American, 1856–1925). Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Phelps Stokes, 1897. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Edith Minturn Phelps Stokes (Mrs. I. N.), 1938 (38.104) | The Stokes were married on August 25, 1895, and the portrait by Sargent was a wedding gift from James A. Scrimse. Sargent's first intention was to paint a single portrait of Edith, but then he decided to paint her with a Great Dane. When the dog was no longer available I. N. Phelps Stokes took his…

John Singer Sargent (American, 1856–1925). Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Phelps Stokes, 1897. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Bequest of Edith Minturn Phelps Stokes (Mrs. I. N.), 1938 (38.104) | The Stokes were married on August 25, 1895, and the portrait by Sargent was a wedding gift from James A. Scrimse. Sargent's first intention was to paint a single portrait of Edith, but then he decided to paint her with a Great Dane. When the dog was no longer available I. N. Phelps Stokes took his…

"For take my word for it that dukes and kings were gathered in this noble company for love and for the spread of chivalry." ~ Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales (The Knight's Tale)

"For take my word for it that dukes and kings were gathered in this noble company for love and for the spread of chivalry." ~ Geoffrey Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales (The Knight's Tale)

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