TGIF, kids! 🙂
For today’s edition of Friday Favorites, I have a painting by another one of my favorite artists – John Singer Sargent.
The art critics of his day were particularly impressed with this piece. Just look at how elegantly he captured the lovely lady.
by John Singer Sargent, American painter, 1892-93
National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh
Oil on canvas, 49″ x 39″
Doesn’t she look calm and confident? A modern woman in a not so modern era . . .
Her face conveys the sense that she’s very bright – perhaps a fascinating conversationalist!
But there’s almost a glimmer of mischief in her eye, don’t you agree? 😉
Notice how well Sargent depicts the fabrics of her dress, the upholstery on the chair, and the rich drapery behind her.
And you know me… I’m loving her jewelry, too!
This weekend, I hope you see something interesting, or fun, or both!
Maybe you’ll take a photo of it for Show and Tell Tuesday???
And remember Carol’s great suggestion: a picture of your refrigerator door. 🙂
See you Monday!