Locating cosmopolitanism within a Trans-Atlantic interpretive frame: the critical evaluation of John Singer Sargent’s portraits and figure studies in Britain and the United States from c.1886–1926.

Stephenson, Andrew ‘Locating cosmopolitanism within a Trans-Atlantic interpretive frame: the critical evaluation of John Singer Sargent’s portraits and figure studies in Britain and the United States from c.1886–1926.’, Tate Papers, In Press.

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Date Deposited: 15 Dec 2016 09:32
Copyright Information: Tate Papers, ( ) 2017 © Stephenson, Andrew
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Creators: Stephenson, Andrew
Status: In Press
Publisher: Tate
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