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The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. will open an exhibit of paintings by John Singer Sargent on Sunday Feb. 21. The Gallery’s curator for American and British painting joins Diane to talk about the works on display. The portraits, landscapes, and figure paintings were brought together from the collections of the Tate Gallery in London, the National Gallery, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
- Franklin Kelly Curator of American and British Painting for the National Gallery of Art
- Sally Promey Professor of American art at the University of Maryland and author of "Painting Religion in Public: John Singer Sargent's 'Triumph of Religion' at the Boston Public Library" (Princeton University Press)
- Elaine Kilmurray Co-curator of the exhibit now at the National Gallery, co-author of the exhibit catalog and the John Singer Sargent catalog raisonee (with Richard Ormond)
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