Virtual John Singer Sargent Art Tour

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$15.00 $35.00
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Bring John Singer Sargent into your world at home

John Singer Sargent an American Artists (January 12, 1856 – April 14, 1925). Enjoy access to our extensive John Singer Sargent virtual collection that spans over his paintings from his early work until his death.  You will see his portraits, his favorite landscapes and subject pictures, in oil and watercolor.  You will learn about his ambitious murals for the public.  Discover his mastery of light, color, and shadows.  You will also View paintings from his favorite locations from the Alps, Italy, Morocco, and Egypt.

  • Live Art Tour 
  • Art Historian
  • Two-hour presentation of over 80 works
  • Casual Discussion at the end of the presentation

Elevate your day with Sargent's stunning displays of Edwardian-era luxury

With his captivating portraits, stunning courtyards, famous murals, idyllic moments on the water, and landscapes. Over the course of his life, he created roughly 900 oil paintings and more than 2,000 watercolors, as well as countless sketches and charcoal drawings.  We have curated his body of work down to his best examples.   


You will explore his friendships both professionally and personally.  Learn how he was able to secure the portrait commissions of wealthy and famous individuals and how he strategically exhibited his work.  Discover how this shy introvert became close friends with the top artists, financial managers, and expats.     


About Our Guide

Margo George

Margo George

Margo received her undergraduate degree in Art History from Youngstown State University with a minor in British and American Literature. Her senior thesis focused on the marriage of art and literature through the re-imaginings of medieval ramparts on World War I aircraft as a means of recapturing and modernizing the gallant hero on the battlefield. 

 She served as Assistant to the Director at the Medici Museum of Art in Howland, Ohio where she assisted in the organization and preparation of the BSA’s private collection of Boy Scout Art by Norman Rockwell and his protege, Joseph Csatari. 

 During Covid, Margo received her certificate from Sotheby’s Institute of Art on Art Crime and Law detailing how art is stolen, retrieved and the fantastical ways in which thieves implement their tricks. 

 Margo uses her quick wit to provide customers with lively and engaging tours, and she can’t wait to be your next tour guide!


About Virtual Tours

Zoom Art Tours

The tour is conducted through Zoom. You must have uninterrupted access to Wi-Fi. Please purchase your Zoom Art Tour with your Zoom program email. You may watch your art tour on your computer, tablet, iPhone, or Television Set. Better views are with large screens.

How to Join

Once you have registered for the tour you will be sent a separate email with your Zoom link on the morning of your tour. If you do not see your Zoom link one hour before the start of the tour, please contact the organizer.

Logging Into Your Tour

Please log in before the start of the tour to make sure you do not have any issues. If you are having issues and need help, contact the organizer at (202) 294-4264 or diane @

Loyalty and Rewards Program

Become a friend to our community and earn points on all purchases towards Free Art Tours, Perks, and Gifts

Transfer Art Tours

Exchanges are easy. Just email us before the start of your tour.

About the Images

All images are curated for the best qualty and accuracy of tone, hues, and saturation. We want you to see what you would see if you were able to stand in front of the painting.

Legal Talk

Our tours are all live and not recorded due to copyrights of some of the art work.