John Singer Sargent Lady Agnew canvas print. Oil painting on canvas from 1892. Lady Agnew of Lochnaw was American artist John Singer Sargent’s most successful early portrait. Comissioned by Andrew Noel Angew, the work depics the baron’s young wife Gertrude Vernon sitting in an floral upholstered chair wearing a flowing Edwardian dress with semi-translucent sleeves and lilac sash. The young lady gazes elegantly towards the viewer wearing a jeweled necklace and gold bracelet with her dark hair done up. A beautiful gift for fans of John Singer Sargent, Edwardian high society, and elegant portraits.