John Singer Sargent Watercolors at MFA

John Singer SargentOctober 13, 2013 – January 20, 2014 at MFA Boston

Fresh and full of light, the MFA’s latest exhibition traces the footsteps of this iconic American painter in his travels across Europe and the Middle East, exploring their landscapes and observing their people.  For a taste of Sargent’s genius, check out the murals he painted at the Boston Public Library before you visit the MFA. You may purchase tickets to the MFA exhibit here.

Adult admission $25
Seniors (65+) and Students (18+) $23

Youths 17 and under FREE

 

One response to “John Singer Sargent Watercolors at MFA

  1. Oh cool. I know last time I was at the MFA a few years back when they had the Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese exhibit. That was fascinating in itself, particularly the paintings of St. Jerome – how differently they were portrayed. I’m not religious, but the colors, blues, reds were astounding.

    And I happened upon John Singer Sargent’s works – he knew the male body pretty damned well. Some of his drawings are hot stuff. So perhaps it’s worth a re-visit if he’s the central exhibit now.

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