Large mounted print reproduction of Lady Agnew of Lochnaw by John Singer Sargent, part of the National Galleries of Scotland collection. This art print is beautifully presented and ready to frame.
The paper and boards used in this mounted print come from sustainably managed sources and its outer sleeve is biodegradable and compostable.
This is the portrait of Gertrude Vernon (1864-1932), commissioned by Lady Agnew’s husband, Andrew Noel Agnew, who was a barrister and barony of Lochnaw in Galloway. The popularity of the painting made Sargent become recognised and on demand as a portrait painter and brought Lady Agnew some reputation as a society beauty.
John Singer Sargent is an American artist born in Italy who also travelled worldwide throughout his life. He studied in Paris where he developed his style, remarkable by his bold use of light in both portrait and landscape paintings.