They had a few nice oil paintings by John Singer Sargent at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. John Singer Sargent was an American that lived 1856-1925. This painting is called “Venetian Interior” (1880-1882). The museum plaque said: “this dramatic painting may have been one of two shadowy views of Venice that he exhibited in Paris and London in 1882. Critics at the time found the gray and black tones to be dismal and unpicturesque. The subject was the bead stringers of a working-class Venice.
This next one is called “Portrait of a Boy: 1890.