This reproduction of one of John Singer Sargent's watercolors shows printmaking at its finest. To capture the beauty of Sargent's color, the print is made with archival 12-color inkset. The work is set off in an Ansley walnut frame with an archival white mat.
John Singer Sargent Watercolors at the Brooklyn Museum (April 5 – July 28) is one of the spectacular exhibitions of the year. A virtuoso in paint, Sargent is famous for his portraits but his watercolors are a much more rarely seen treat – and arrestingly modern in feeling. Working with Bentley Global Arts, the museum has created an exceptionally well-reproduced set of framed prints.