There is a small room near the end of the show with drawings and watercolors from the Met's own collection of Sargent's; many of which had not been on view before. Sargent's sister, Violet, donated a sizable collection of her brothers personal works to the museum upon his death. Below are a couple. Included were some of his "Tommy" paintings that he did of British soldiers while he was out at the front to document WWI.
|Paul Manship, January 30, 1921|