striking a Lady Agnew pose
yes, there are many photographs that capture that "air" of Sargent. constantly tuned into these and thank you for adding the link to Lady Agnew! pgt
Oh! Since the moment I saw him (in print, only; and read him......(ditto ) I have been totally enthralled. I read his autobiography..........he is such a starthank you for such a wonderful post......Again!Bravo!!!I have pictures to send you......I think you are the only one who will REALLY understand...........I thought I would have a heart attack!!
He is indeed. I did meet him in Raleigh NC where he spoke. His autob is quite good-agreed. He grew up very close by.whatever you have to share-can not wait to see them. pgt
ps pardon my ignorance.....who is "Lady Agnew"?
Love this series idea - Seeking Sargent - thanks!
Penelope: Sargent's Lady Agnew...in repose with draped fabric, like Andre Talley's taffeta trainhttp://jssgallery.org/Paintings/Lady_Agnew.htm
thank You, JCW!
I wonder what my version of Mr. Talley's finery might be ?
Certainly his style is inspiring!I am sure your own version equally so. pgt
Just catching up. What you've been doing here is wonderful. Happy Memorial Day weekend to you.Curtis