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John Collier, Sleeping Beauty, 1921.

The Sleeping Beauty - detail - by John Collier oil on canvas, 1921 // John Collier (artist) English painter in Pre-Raphaelite style; one of the most prominent artists of his time; also a writer

Souvenir of Chu Chin Chow - John Collier (english painter)

mudwerks: (via Pre Raphaelite Art: Souvenir of Chu Chin Chow - John Collier)

A portrait of: "Lady Helen Vincent, Viscountess d'Abernon" - (oil on canvas, c.1904).  By: John Singer Sargent, (1856-1925), an American Gilded Age portrait artist. ~ {cwlyons} ~ (Original image/holding: The Birmingham Museum of Art - Alabama)

Lady Helen Vincent, Viscountess d’Abernon John Singer Sargent (American; 1904 Oil on canvas Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama

"The Summer Night that Paused Among her Stars" by John Collier

"The Summer Night that Paused Among her Stars" by John Collier

The Alchemist’s Laboratory

The Alchemist’s Laboratory (unknown artist) University of St Andrews, UK

Sylvia Harrison Artist: John Singer Sargent Completion Date: 1913 Style: Realism Genre: portrait Technique: oil Material: canvas Dimensions: 152.4 x 88.9 cm Gallery: Private Collection

Look how she waits, this inward woman. She is used to keeping secrets, secret sorrows; Painting by John Singer Sargent, Sylvia Harrison, 1913

Head of a Girl (also known as The Priestess) - (John William Godward)

Head of a Girl (also known as The Priestess) ~ John William Godward ~ (British,

"Charles Auguste Émile Carolus-Duran" (1879) John Singer Sargent. Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts, USA (photo by Michael Agee) Fellow painter and teacher of Sargent.

The secret life of John Singer Sargent

John Singer Sargent, "Carolus-Duran," Copyright: Sterling and Francine Clark Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts. Photo by Michael Agee

John Frederick Lewis, The Siesta, 1876 From the Tate Gallery:  The artist Edward Lear said of Lewis’s Near Eastern subjects ‘There never have been, and there never will be, any works depicting Oriental life more truly beautiful and excellent’.A trip to Spain in the early 1830s kindled Lewis’s interest in ‘exotic’ lands, and in 1841 he settled in Cairo for ten years. On his return to England he earned a reputation for images of the Near East painted in watercolour or oils. Characterised by…

cavetocanvas: “John Frederick Lewis, The Siesta, 1876 From the Tate Gallery: “ The artist Edward Lear said of Lewis’s Near Eastern subjects ‘There never have been, and there never will be, any works.