John Singer Sargent Catalogue
Presented with permission of the JS Sargent Catalogue Raisonné under R. Ormond & E. Kilmurray with collaboration of W. Adelson & E. Oustinoff
John Singer Sargent
Works of Art
Museum and Public Collections
Born in Florence to American parents.
Enrolls in the Accademia delle Belle Arti, Florence.
Enrolls in Carolus-Duran's atelier, Paris.
Passes the concours des places at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts.
"Madame X" is shown at the Salon, Paris.
First solo exhibition at the St Botolph Club, Boston.
Landmark New York exhibition, Society of American Artists spring annual show.
Receives a mural commission for the new Boston Public Library.
First London solo exhibition, Carfax & Co.
A book of photogravures by Alice Meynell is published in London and New York.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art purchases "Madame X or Madame Gautrau" for 1,000 pounds.
Becomes an official war artist.
A retrospective exhibition at the Grand Central Art Galleries, New York.
Dies in his sleep at age sixty-nine, Chelsea, England.
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