An exhibition of paintings by John Singer Sargent highlights the artist's work with watercolors. Thirty-eight watercolors from the Brooklyn Museum's own collection, many of which have not been on view for many years, are united with pieces borrowed from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. In total, ninety-three paintings are on display, with subjects including Venetian scenery, Bedouin men, and the Italian Alps.
A section of the exhibition illuminates Sargent's watercolor techniques through video of a contemporary artist at work.
Access to this exhibit is included with admission to the museum.