Definition of John Singer Sargent
1. Noun. United States painter (born in Italy) known for his society portraits (1856-1925).
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Literary usage of John Singer Sargent
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1. The History of Modern Painting by Richard Muther (1896)
"... Walter Gay, Eugene Vail, Walter MacEwen. — The Americans in Holland: Gari Melchers, George Hitchcock.—The Americans in London : John Singer Sargent, ..."
2. Representative Painters of the XIXth Century by Nancy R. E. Meugens Bell, N. D'Anvers (1899)
"John Singer Sargent American parentage John Singer Sargent was born in Florence in 1856, and his early life was spent in that city, where as a mere boy he ..."
3. The Real America in Romance by Edwin Markham (1909)
"... until the time when the two were lovers meeting clandes- THE LANDING or THE PILGRIMS (From the painting by John Singer Sargent) tinely in Selby Park, ..."
4. Pictures that Every Child Should Know: A Selection of the World's Art by Bacon Mary Schell (Hoke) (1908)
"... XXXVI John Singer Sargent American and Foreign Schools 1856- Pupil of Carolus Durand THIS artist was born in Europe, of American parents; ..."