DETAIL : John Singer SARGENT, The fountain, Villa Torlonia, Frascati, Italy 1907, The Art Institute of Chicago, American Art Collection DETAIL : John Singer SARGENT, Almina, daughter of Asher Wertheimer 1908, Tate, London, presented by the widow and family of Asher Wertheimer in accordance with his wishes in 1922
 
Harold GILMAN | Clarissa

 
GILMAN, Harold
England 1876 – 1919
Spain 1901-03, USA c.1905-06
Clarissa c.1911
Painting
oil on canvas
59.0 (h) x 44.0 (w) cm
Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane Beatrice Ethel Mallalieu Bequest, purchased 1956
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Clarissa is a candid image of a seated woman. A critic for The Times, in December 1911, observed that this nude, as well as others by Gilman that were included in the Camden Town Group exhibition that year ‘look as if they were sitting to be painted, not as if the artist had surprised them at some characteristic moment’.

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