John Singer Sargent was an Italian LGBTQ Artist born on January 12, 1856. Singer Sargent contributed to the Impressionist, Early Modernist and Realist movements, worked in England, the United States and France and died on April 14, 1925.
Why did we forget about Alfred Sisley?
A quiet man transcends racism to bring art back to religion
Quiet portraits of daily life
There is no God, only Truth
A painter of inner and outer worlds
A rebellious painter shocks the French Salon and courts his brothers wife