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Shannon, James Jebusa, America 1862 to 1923 Oil Paintings
Brought into the world in New York to Irish-American guardians, James Shannon turned into an ostracized figure and picture painter who consumed his expert time on earth in England, even though he got back to America for a few expanded work of art trips. In England, alongside John Singer Sargent, he turned into the Victorian and Edwardian periods' central portrait, the "Beauty Epoch." Two years before his demise, Shannon was granted a Knighthood for his administrations to the universe of Art.
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