Sunday, July 26, 2015

Emily Dickinson 1830-1886 & John Singer Sargent 1856-1925 - On Parasols



John Singer Sargent (American expatriate artist, 1856-1925) Reading, 1911

The parasol is the umbrella's daughter,
And associates with a fan
While her father abuts the tempest
And abridges the rain.

The former assists a siren
In her serene display;
But her father is borne and honored,
And borrowed to this day.
--Emily Dickinson


Emily Dickinson 1830-1886


John Singer Sargent (American expatriate artist, 1856-1925) Simplon Pass The Green Parasol



John Singer Sargent (American expatriate artist, 1856-1925) Simplon Pass. The Tease, 1911


John Singer Sargent (American expatriate artist, 1856-1925) Lady with a Parasol


John Singer Sargent (American expatriate artist, 1856-1925) Miss Wedewood and Miss Sargent Sketching



John Singer Sargent (American expatriate artist, 1856-1925) Group with Parasols



John Singer Sargent (American expatriate artist, 1856-1925) Simplon Pass The Lesson



John Singer Sargent (American expatriate artist, 1856-1925) The Pink Dress


John Singer Sargent (American expatriate artist, 1856-1925) Madame Roger-Jourdain


John Singer Sargent (American expatriate artist, 1856-1925) A Morning Walk



John Singer Sargent (American expatriate artist, 1856-1925) By the River detail



John Singer Sargent (American expatriate artist, 1856-1925) By the River.


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