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John Singer Sargent: The Watercolors

This once-in-a-generation exhibition is uniquely suited to Houston art lovers. On view at the MFAH through May 26.

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John Singer Sargent, Bedouins, c. 1905–06, opaque and translucent watercolor, Brooklyn Museum

Mostly known for his Gilded Age portraits in oil, John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) was also a prolific watercolorist, one of the best ever. Museum of Fine Arts Houston assistant curator Kaylin Weber talks about Sargent’s masterful depiction of light and shadow, and why Houston is an especially appropriate stop for this traveling exhibition.

This exhibition is on view at the MFAH through May 26.

Troy Schulze

Troy Schulze

Producer, Houston Matters

Troy Schulze is a producer for Houston Matters. He also produces the podcast Party Politics and the digital video series Skyline Sessions. Schulze has been working as a writer and producer in digital media for over 20 years. He has received three Emmy nominations for his work on the TV...

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