The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit, Reproduction

The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit, Reproduction

325.00

The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit painted by John Singer Sargent in Paris in the autumn of 1882, is an homage to Diego Velázquez’ 1656 painting Las Meninas and a reproduction of the likeness of the daughters of Edward Darley and Mary Louisa Cushing Boit, the former a Bostonian expatriate lawyer living in Paris, the latter a socialite of old money. Arranging the Boit’s four daughters in the foyer of their luxurious Paris apartment, Sargent presents each of their girls within their own personal space and with room to establish their individuality.

  • Size approximately 30 inches by 30 inches

  • Reproduction, comes in a custom frame from the Heritage Galleries, Chicago, IL

  • Sourced in the Midwest

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