Richard Sargent, watercolor, Rest Beach, Key West.

In 1936 Richard Sargent was a member of the Key West Artists Program. In 1934 Eleanor Roosevelt chose Sargent’s painting Magnolia Gardens for exhibit in the White House. Born: Illinois. Education: Washington Studio School; Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D.C. Membership: Key West Public Works Art Project, 1934. Exhibits: Key West Paintings, by Twelve Key West Artists, toured the nation, 1936, watercolors, Swabbing, Fishing, The Bulletin House; Museum of Modern Art, New York City; Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D.C., one man show; Iowa Annual Exhibitions.

Richard Sargent, watercolor, Southernmost House of the United States.

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