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EXPLORING SARGENT’S COMPLEX PORTRAITS OF WOMEN

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On Monday, May 3 from 1 to 3 p.m., The Greenwich Decorative Arts Society will present “Hostesses, Circumnavigators, Watercolorists and Exotic Dancers: How Nineteenth-Century Women’s Culture made John Singer Sargent,” a lecture by Paul Fisher, professor of American studies at Wellesley College. Earlier generations of art historians often noticed how complex and remarkable Sargent’s portraits of women tend to be. …

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