John Singer Sargent, 1883 - Margaret Stuyvesant Rutherfurd White (Mrs. Henry White) - fine art print

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This artpiece titled Margaret Stuyvesant Rutherfurd White (Mrs. Henry White) was created by the impressionist master John Singer Sargent in 1883. The original of the artpiece was made with the absolute size: 225,1 × 143,8 cm (88 5/8 × 56 5/8 in). Oil on canvas was applied by the North American artist as the technique for the artpiece. This piece of art belongs to the art collection of National Gallery of Art, which is located in Washington D.C., United States of America. We are pleased to mention that this public domain artwork is included with courtesy of National Gallery of Art, Washington.In addition to that, the artpiece has the following creditline: . Besides, the alignment is portrait and has a side ratio of 2 : 3, which means that the length is 33% shorter than the width. The painter John Singer Sargent was a North American artist from United States, whose art style can primarily be attributed to Impressionism. The painter was born in the year 1856 in Florence, Firenze province, Tuscany, Italy and died at the age of 69 in 1925 in London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom.

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The product

Article categorization: fine art reproduction
Reproduction: digital reproduction
Manufacturing process: UV direct print
Provenance: made in Germany
Stock type: production on demand
Product use: wall gallery, art collection (reproductions)
Artwork orientation: portrait alignment
Side ratio: (length : width) 2 : 3
Image aspect ratio interpretation: the length is 33% shorter than the width
Product material variants: metal print (aluminium dibond), acrylic glass print (with real glass coating), poster print (canvas paper), canvas print
Canvas print (canvas on stretcher frame) sizes: 20x30cm - 8x12", 40x60cm - 16x24", 60x90cm - 24x35", 80x120cm - 31x47", 100x150cm - 39x59"
Acrylic glass print (with real glass coating) sizes: 20x30cm - 8x12", 40x60cm - 16x24", 60x90cm - 24x35", 80x120cm - 31x47", 100x150cm - 39x59"
Poster print (canvas paper) options: 40x60cm - 16x24", 60x90cm - 24x35", 80x120cm - 31x47"
Dibond print (alumnium material) size variants: 20x30cm - 8x12", 40x60cm - 16x24", 60x90cm - 24x35", 80x120cm - 31x47"
Frame: please consider that this art copy has no frame

Work of art details

Painting name: "Margaret Stuyvesant Rutherfurd White (Mrs. Henry White)"
Categorization of the work of art: painting
Generic term: modern art
Time: 19th century
Created in the year: 1883
Age of artwork: 130 years old
Original medium of artwork: oil on canvas
Size of the original artwork: 225,1 × 143,8 cm (88 5/8 × 56 5/8 in)
Exhibited in: National Gallery of Art
Place of museum: Washington D.C., United States of America
Web URL:
License type of artwork: public domain
Courtesy of: National Gallery of Art, Washington

Artist details

Name of the artist: John Singer Sargent
Also known as: Sargent John-Singer, sargent j.s., Sargent John S., john sargent, Sargent John, sargent john singer, J.S. Sargent, Sargeant John Singer, js sargent, Sargent, J. Sargent, J. Singer Sargent, John Singer Sargent, J. s. Sargent, john s. sargent, Sargent John Singer
Artist gender: male
Artist nationality: American
Jobs of the artist: painter
Country of origin: United States
Artist category: modern artist
Styles of the artist: Impressionism
Died aged: 69 years
Born in the year: 1856
Place of birth: Florence, Firenze province, Tuscany, Italy
Year of death: 1925
Place of death: London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom

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Additional information from the museum's website (© - by National Gallery of Art -

Margaret Stuyvesant Rutherford White made quite an impact on her expatriate acquaintances in Europe. Novelist Edith Wharton recalled her striking beauty: "It is hard to picture nowadays the shell-like transparence, the luminous red-and-white, of those young cheeks untouched by paint or powder, in which the blood came and went like the lights of an aurora." Although she appears rather serious in this formal portrait, Mrs. White—called "Daisy"—was known to be quite lively in her social pursuits. As the author Henry James wrote from London in 1888: "The happy American here, beyond all others, is Mrs. Henry White."

When Gilded Age aristocrats and socialites wanted someone who could capture both their gifts and their status, they called on John Singer Sargent. Paris was the artist's home from 1874, when he began study there with the well-known portraitist Carolus-Duran, until 1886, when he moved to London. He frequently exhibited portraits at the annual Paris Salon, which led to many new assignments. Such was the case with this likeness of the wealthy Daisy White. Upon seeing Sargent's Lady with the Rose (1882, The Metropolitan Museum of Art) at the Salon of 1882, White arranged her commission. The subject came from a prominent academic and social New York lineage and in 1879 had married diplomat Henry White, scion of a distinguished Maryland family. When White requested her portrait at age 29, her husband was the First Secretary of the American legation in Paris. The couple lived mostly in that city before Henry White was posted to Vienna in 1883 (and later to London).

Sargent began the portrait in late 1882, and worked on it alongside the painting of another American woman living in Paris, Virginie Amélie Gautreau (Madame X, 1884, The Metropolitan Museum of Art). However, White left Paris for obligations in the south of France after only a few sittings. Gathering up the enormous and unusually wide canvas, the artist followed her and kept "brushing away" on the portrait in Nice and back in his Paris studio. The virtuoso handling of the dress—featuring a dazzling array of white fabrics of varying texture, including satin, lace, and tulle—and of the highlights on the fan and opera glasses makes the subject glow against the elegant chaise and muted background.

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