Description

The modernity of Brabazon’s work in general (seen in this case, in particular, in his treatment of the figures in the foreground) was what drove John Singer Sargent, Walter Sickert and Philip Wilson Steer (amongst others) to recognise Brabazon’s great skill as a watercolourist and to press for his admission to the New England Arts Club in 1891. Sargent persuaded him to hold his first exhibition at the Goupil Gallery in the following year.

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