Venetian Onion Seller1880 - 1882
The American painter John Singer Sargent trained in Italy and France, where he met leading artists such as Whistler and Monet. Sargent was a tireless traveller whose interest in the world took him to a wide range of places in Europe and North Africa where he painted landscapes and scenes of daily life and customs. Read more...
- 95 x 70 cm
- Oil on canvas
- © Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid. Exhibited on USEUM for Scholarly use.
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