Boston’s Apollo, Thomas McKeller and John Singer Sargent, an exhibition at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, was meant to examine a contradiction of race and visibility. Its intended run, from 13 February to 17 May, was curtailed by the coronavirus outbreak. Fortunately, we are left with a handsome and well-illustrated catalog from Yale University Press.
Mexican artist Ernesto García “El Chango” Cabral (1890 – 1968)
Illustration from “Les Vies des dames galantes” (Lives of Fair and Gallant Ladies) written by Pierre de Bourdeille, aka Abbé de Brantôme (1540-1614), illustrated by French artist Paul-Émille Bécat (1885-1960)