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Photo credit: The National Gallery, London

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Sargent probably painted this study of a sun-dappled veranda at St-Enogat in Brittany, where he spent the summer of 1875. The light brushwork reveals the influence of the Impressionists, whose work was encountered by Sargent in Paris, where he was studying. He gave this work to his teacher at the time, Carolus-Duran.

The National Gallery, London

London


Date

possibly 1875

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 45 x W 37.5 cm

Accession number

NG6670

Acquisition method

accepted by HM Government in lieu of inheritance tax and allocated to the National Gallery, 2018

Work type

Painting


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