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Sargent and Italy
Edited by Bruce Robertson
Essays by Jane Dini, Ilene Susan Fort, Stephanie L. Herdrich, R. W. B. Lewis, and Richard Ormond

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"Sargent and Italy, a lavishly illustrated volume . . . reminds us that Italy is both a place and an idea. . . . The idea of Italy--a metaphor for excess, romance and seduction--has . . . been . . . important to artists, among them John Singer Sargent. . .. Sargent and Italy insists, convincingly, that Sargent's vision of Italy was ultimately his own."--Christopher Capozzola, The Art Book

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