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In 1914 VANITY FAIR reported that the numero uno society portrait painter of the Gilded Age, John Singer Sargent (1856 - 1925), who was swearing-off portrait commissions in order to concentrate on water color. Little did he know that he would be back at it in a few years painting whole boat-loads of general officer portraits when he was named as one of the Official British War Artists.

     


John Singer Sargent in 1914 (Vanity Fair Magazine, 1914)

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