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John Singer Sargent 'Abhorred' Making His Lavish Portraits, So He Took Up Charcoal to Get the Job Done | At the Smithsonian | Smithsonian Magazine Portrait Sketches, Portrait Drawing, Portrait Painting, Pencil Portrait, Charcoal Portraits, Charcoal Art, Charcoal Drawing, Volume Art, York Art Gallery
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John Singer Sargent 'Abhorred' Making His Lavish Portraits, So He Took Up Charcoal to Get the Job Done

Sargent made his portraits in charcoal—a medium that allowed completion in less than three hours rather than the weeks it took for his full-length oils

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