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Margaret Holland Sargent

Margaret Holland Sargent
William H. Gates, Sr.
Born (1927-12-30) December 30, 1927 (ageĀ 86)
Hollywood, California
Occupation portrait artist

Margaret Holland Sargent also known as Meg Sargent (born December 30, 1927 in Hollywood, California) is a portrait artist based in Los Angeles, California. She has painted over three hundred oil portraits, including portraits of Tennessee Williams, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter and Margaret Thatcher.[1]

Sargent has frequently painted portraits of officers from the U.S. military, such as Alexander Haig and James Stockdale.[2]

Background

Sargent studied oil portraiture with Herbert Elmer Abrams in the 1960s and John Howard Sanden in the 1970s at the Art Students League of New York.

Professional organizations

  • American Portrait Society
  • Council of Leading American Portrait Painters
  • Painters Club of New York
  • The American Society of Portrait Artists

References

External links

  • Official Website of Margaret Holland Sargent
  • Kappa Delta Sorority page for Margaret Holland Sargent


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