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When brash, darkly handsome 27-year-old American genius John Singer Sargent accepts the challenge of painting the most beautiful woman in Paris- on his own terms- his uncompromising vision threatens to bring ruin to them both. Together they achieve immortality as the creator & subject of the unforgettable painting we now know as The Portrait of Madame X.- the icon of Belle Epoque Paris and decadent symbol of cafe society, preserved for all time by Sargent's dangerous flirtation with overwhelming beauty. This play is peopled with celebrities of the period: Oscar Wilde, Henry James, Sarah Bernhardt and Claude Monet, among many. Shrewd and sparkling dialogue among these people enables Rosary to deconstruct the creation of one of the most haunting masterworks of western art. This all takes place in Belle Époque Paris & London, 1882.see less
When brash, darkly handsome 27-year-old American genius John Singer Sargent accepts the challenge of painting the most beautiful woman in Paris- on his own terms- his uncompromising vision threatens to bring ruin to them both. Together they achieve immortality as the creator & subject of the unforgettable painting we now know as The Portrait of Madame X.- the icon...see more
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