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New York Times Book ReviewSargent became one of the most international American artists of his day, shuttling around Italy, France, England, and the United States, but he knew Italy most intimately. . . . [He] hated the dull routine of society portraiture, and his Italian trips—painting peasants in Capri, Venetian bead stringers, Alpine brooks—refreshed him.
— Katherine Zoepf