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Charles Sargent And John Marvin* - Go Long, Mule / Farewell Blues (Shellac)

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  1. Find a Grave, database and images (podceasertoringci.prinelkerossconthyledeconcongtelo.infoinfo: accessed), memorial page for John Singer Sargent (12 Jan –14 Apr ), Find a Grave Memorial no. , citing Brookwood Cemetery, Brookwood, Woking Borough, Surrey, England ; Maintained by Find A Grave.
  2. Beautiful volume of Sargent's Best. Despite the weight of this marvelous "coffee table book", it's worth it to page through some of the best work of John Singer Sargent. So much nicer to see works of art as large as possible to have the full experience. This is a good book to start with.5/5(3).
  3. Our sergeant major! His feet fill up the road, Knock-kneed and pigeon-toed; We'd sooner shoot him Than salute him, Our sergeant major! He's far away the worst friend we've ever had; When he's far away, well, we're mighty glad! The mascot goat we own, Though big and fat has grown, Wild and warlike, It's far more like Our sergeant major!
  4. Work of John S. Sargent, R.A. London, W. Heinemann; New York, C. Scribner's Sons, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Singer Sargent; Alice Meynell. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: One portfolio contains "duplicate plates in photogravure on Japanese paper, limited to one hundred.
  5. It is possible for a painter to have too much facility and too little nerve. Such was the case with the American artist John Singer Sargent (), who lived long enough and was celebrated.
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  7. John Singer Sargent - From the Tones category: If you begin with the middle-tone and work up from it toward the darks so that you deal last with your highest lights and darkest darks, you avoid false accents. (John Singer Sargent).
  8. John Sargent Sr. was the son of William Sargent and Sarah Minshall who were English immigrants to America. He was my 7th great-grandfather. Father of Fifteen children. He was married three times. Married to Deborah Hillier, my 7th great-grandmother, Mary Bense, and Lydia Chipman. Lydia was the granddaughter of John.

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