John Singer Sargent, 1890 – Porträt von Frau Edward L. Davis und ihrem Sohn, Livingston – Kunstdruck

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Artwork description from the museum's website (© - by Los Angeles County Museum of Art - Los Angeles County Museum of Art)

In December 1889 Sargent returned to the United States, and, owing to his international fame, he was immediately deluged with requests for portraits by the best of New York and Boston society. Sargent spent the month of June 1890 in Worcester, Massachusetts, fulfilling a commission he had received several months earlier to paint the portrait of Mrs. Edward Livingston Davis. Maria Robbins Davis (1843-1916) came from a distinguished Boston family and, at the time of Sargent’s portrait, was one of Worcester’s most prominent women and the wife of a former mayor. The painting of Mrs. Davis with her son Livingston (1882-1932) was the most commanding and important of the portraits Sargent created in Worcester. Sargent used the Davises’ stable for his studio because of its size and perhaps its empty black interior. In the portrait he avoided any allusions to the location and instead focused on the figures themselves, allowing their character and relationship to dominate. Sargent produced a complex psychological grouping in which the mother is contrasted with her child. Standing -- in the tradition of the formal, full-length portrait -- Mrs. Davis projects her upper-class breeding by her erect posture and frontal pose, yet she is also shown as a spirited woman and a mother of great warmth. While she and her son do not look at each other, they interact, albeit in a polite manner, through the tender grasp of hands and physical proximity The boy shyly leans toward his mother, and she responds by sheltering him with her left arm. In this and other family portraits Sargent masterfully avoided any sentimentality while sympathetically conveying his subjects’ personalities. Sargent combined a dark palette with strong lighting, so that the overall effect is bright. Following the example of Carolus-Duran on close attention to values and the example of Spanish art, Sargent limited his palette largely to black and white while creating a colorful effect: there are subtle shifts from the cool blue-black of Mrs. Davis’s dress to the warmer brown, black of the background, and touches of light blues in the shadows of the boy’s sailor suit. Mrs. Davis and Her Son Livingston shows off Sargent’s vigorous, fluid brushwork, most notably in the ruffles, fichu, and embroidery of Mrs. Davis’s dress and the shadows of Livingston’s suit. Sargent combined his handling with an assured manipulation of dramatic lighting to firmly model the figures. He created a psychologically penetrating portrait as well as a technical tour-de-force. Sargent’s emulation of Spanish baroque painting is echoed in the faintly Spanish features of the portrait’s original frame, designed by architect Stanford White.

Strukturierte Grafikdaten

Titel des Kunstwerks: "Portrait of Mrs. Edward L. Davis and Her Son, Livingston"
Kategorisierung des Kunstwerks: Malerei
Allgemeine Kategorie: Moderne Kunst
Kunstwerk Jahrhundert: 19. Jahrhundert
Jahr des Kunstwerks: 1890
Alter des Kunstwerks: um 130 Jahren
Museum: Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Ort des Museums: Los Angeles, Kalifornien, USA
Web-URL: Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Artwork-Lizenztyp: public domain
Mit freundlicher Genehmigung von: Los Angeles County Museum of Art (www.lacma.org)

Künstlerinformationstabelle

Künstler: John Sänger Sargent
Aliasnamen: john s. sargent, Sargent, john sargent, sargent john singer, Sargent John S., John Singer Sargent, Sargeant John Singer, J. s. Sargent, Sargent John, J. Singer Sargent, J.S. Sargent, J. Sargent, Sargent John-Singer, sargent j.s., Sargent John Singer, js sargent
Geschlecht des Künstlers: männlich
Staatsangehörigkeit: amerikanisch
Arbeitsplätze: Maler
Herkunftsland: USA
Künstlerkategorie: moderner Künstler
Stile des Künstlers: Impressionismus
Lebensdauer: 69 Jahre
Geboren: 1856
Heimatstadt: Florenz, Provinz Firenze, Toskana, Italien
Todesjahr: 1925
Verstorben in (Ort): London, Großraum London, England, Vereinigtes Königreich

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Reproduktionsmethode: digitale Reproduktion
Fertigungsprozess: digitales Drucken
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Ausrichtung des Artworks: Hochformat
Seitenverhältnis: (Länge : Breite) 9 : 16
Auswirkungen auf das Bildseitenverhältnis: Die Länge ist 45 % kürzer als die Breite
Stoffoptionen: Leinwanddruck, Metalldruck (Alu-Dibond), Posterdruck (Leinwandpapier), Acrylglasdruck (mit Echtglasbeschichtung)
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Dieses Kunstwerk mit dem Titel Portrait of Mrs. Edward L. Davis and Her Son, Livingston was painted by the painter John Singer Sargent in 1890. Nowadays, this piece of art belongs to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's art collection, which is the largest art museum in the western United States, with a collection of more than 142.000 objects that illuminate 6.000 years of artistic expression across the globe. We are happy to mention that the public domain piece of art is being provided with courtesy of Los Angeles County Museum of Art (www.lacma.org).Creditline of the artwork: . The alignment of the digital reproduction is Porträt und hat ein Seitenverhältnis von 9 : 16, was das impliziert Die Länge ist 45 % kürzer als die Breite. The painter John Singer Sargent was a North American artist from United States, whose artistic style can mainly be assigned to Impressionism. The painter lived for 69 Jahre und wurde im Jahr geboren 1856 in Florenz, Provinz Firenze, Toskana, Italien und starb 1925 in London, Greater London, England, Vereinigtes Königreich.

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