Bus Horses Silk Scarf

Bus Horses in Jerusalem
1905
John Singer Sargent, American, 1856-1925 

Horses have always fascinated artists. Here, Sargent renders these working horses with elegance and dignity. Less interested in the beauty of one single horse, Sargent chose an angle from which he was able to see the repeating forms of multiple backs. As Sargent stated in a letter to Isabella Stewart Gardner, he was drawn to the romantic appeal of the subject during a trip to the Middle East.

100% Silk
33.5" x 51"




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