&. Joseph, . Proust, and . Dieu, Letter sent on, pp.27-28, 1914.

À. Proust and . La, , vol.IV, p.545

J. , Proust et, 1914.

, The term was coined by Charlotte Ribeyrol -see her article 'John Singer Sargent and the fin de siècle Culture of Mauve' elsewhere in this issue of Visual Cutlure in Britain

, See Proust, Correspondance, vol.XVII

, They were sold by auction at the Galerie Georges Petit in Paris on, 1919.

, Incensing the Veil. Alternative titles Fume´e d'ambre gris and Mauresque, 1880. Watercolour on paper. 31.1 x 19.7 cm. Isabelle Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston. A gift from Sargent to Pozzi, it is inscribed in the lower right corner 'à Pozzi souvenir amical, John Sargent'. See Ormond and Kilmurray, vol.IV, p.305

S. D. Moss, M. X. Sargent, and B. Milbank, Burlington Magazine, vol.143, pp.268-275, 2001.

, See 'Pictures in the New Salon', Public Opinion, vol.36, p.592, 1904.

S. Fairbrother, The Sensualist, vol.141

. Ibid,

. Ibid,

C. Proust, Letter written shortly after July, vol.V, 1905.

. Montesquiou, Le Pavé Rouge, p.331

, 333 (emphasis in the original)

. Ibid, , vol.338

C. Proust, Letter from Blanche to Proust dated September, vol.XVI, 1905.

, I don't know the Montecuculli Palace but thanks to that charity event which I was told you might attend, I walked around the Hô tel Béarn, See Proust, Correspondance

. Blanche, Un grand américain, pp.337-343

. Ibid, , vol.326

M. Carter and . Proust, , p.155

, The photograph belongs to the Mante-Proust Collection and is reproduced in Carter, Marcel Proust, pp.530-531

. Ormond and S. Kilmurray, , vol.II, p.106

S. Tadié and M. Proust, In his footnote, Tadié cites André David, Soixante-quinze anne´es de jeunesse, vol.181, pp.17-18, 1974.

C. Proust, , vol.VI, p.334

. Ibid, , vol.338

K. Ormond and . Sargent, , vol.VI, p.44

. Kahan, Music's Modern Muse, p.381

, /en/history/mansion. See the entry entitled

. Kahan, Music's Modern Muse, p.413

, One review of the exhibition quotes the notes presenting the display which suggest that the book Mrs Meyer appears to have tossed aside in Sargent's painting 'might be the one that Proust inscribed and sent to Adèle, That copy was on display at the exhibition John Singer Sargent's Mrs Carl Meyer and her Children, Jewish Museum, 2016.

, See Proust, Correspondance, vol.IV, p.165

, Its caption reads: 'The Perils of Steep Perspective: "Hold up, mother, it's only like the switchback!, Mrs Carl Meyer and her Children in Punch, vol.CXII, 1897.

. Proust, Une fête littéraire à Versailles, First published in Le Gaulois, pp.360-365, 1894.

, For a reproduction of the Robertson portrait see Figure 4 in Hadrien Viraben, vol.II

À. Proust and . La, , vol.III, pp.542-543

P. Proust, , p.25

, See Proust, À la recherche du temps perdu, vol.II, pp.883-884

À. Proust and . La, , p.35

T. , M. Wood, . Sargent, :. T. London, and . Jack, , 1909.

À. Proust and . La, , vol.II, p.206

J. Blanche and . Mile, Un grand américain' in Propos de Peintre, pp.325-346, 1926.

W. C. Carter and M. Proust, A Life, 2000.

T. Fairbrother and J. S. Sargent, The Sensualist, 2000.

L. Joseph, M. Proust, and . Dieu, Lettres inédites à Samuel Pozzi, vol.51, pp.11-29, 2001.

S. Kahan, . Music's-modern, and . Muse, The Work of John S, 1903.

R. Montesquiou and . De, Le Pavé Rouge', Les Arts de la Vie, pp.329-348, 1915.

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M. Proust, Correspondance de Marcel Proust (21 volumes), pp.1970-1993

M. Proust and T. Prisoner, Proust: A Life, translated by Euan Cameron, 2000.

, Since the publication of her monograph Proust's Cup of Tea: Homoeroticism and Victorian Culture (Ashgate, 2002), she has pursued her research on Proust's interactions with artists and writers of the English-speaking world

, Recently retired from a career in business strategy, he leads reading groups at the Providence Athenaeum