Jaques Barenton
John Singer Sargent -- American painter 
Private collection 
Oil on canvas 
57.1 x 45.7 cm (22½ x 18 in.)
signed John S. Sargent and dated 1883, u.r. 
Jpg: Sothebys
Little is known about the painting. Apparently the name was taken from the Knoedler gallery records (one of the owners in the chain of title)  which sources the previous owner for the information.  


Hector Brame, Paris, France M. Knoedler & Co., New York, 1930 Edwin D. Levinson, 1931 Mrs. Edna Levinson Ripin, later Mrs. French Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York, 1960 Acquired by the present owner from the above  

Exhibited: New York, World's Fair, 1940  

Literature: Frederic Fairchild Sherman, "Some Early Paintings by John S. Sargent," Art in American and Elsewhere, June 1933, p. 94, illustrated p. 97 Art News, March 1, 1945, illustrated David McKibbin, Sargent's Boston, Boston, Massachusetts, 1956, p. 83 Charles Merrill Mount, John Singer Sargent: A Biography, New York, 1969, no. 833, p. 431 Richard Ormond and Elaine Kilmurray, John Singer Sargent: The Early Portraits, Complete Paintings, Volume I, New Haven, Connecticut, 1998, no. 110, pp. 110, 248, illustrated in color p. 110  

Sold at Sothebys; Session 1; 04 Dec 2002, 10:15 AM; Sale# N07854,  lot 32; $2,209,500    

Selling from the estate of Ogden Phipps 

  • See the year in review 1883
Created 11/6/2002



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