Portraits of An Artist
A Novel About John Singer SargentPaperback - 2013
From 1882 to 1884, John Singer Sargent painted his greatest masterpieces-the Daughters of Edward Darley Boit and Madame X-haunting portraits with dark psychological depths. The first unconsciously revealed a secret that would cause great anguish in his private life; the other created a social scandal that drove him from Paris forever. Portraits of an Artist brings to life the subjects of Sargent's paintings-his family, friends, enemies and lovers-to tell his story from their own perspectives. John Singer Sargent's paintings told more than he ever wanted anyone to know.
Published: San Mateo, Calif. : Sand Hill Review Press, ©2013.
Branch Call Number: F BUR
Characteristics: 316 pages :,illustrations, portraits ;,23 cm