On a visit to the Art Institute I encountered this fellow, transfixed by the Sargent portrait of Miss Priestly on exhibit. The people-watching is always great here. I liked his “downstate” affect—the suspenders and workman-like attire. He struck me as an out-of-towner. In the original Sargent portrait, the subject’s left arm is arranged differently—there was a woman blocking the view of it—so it ended up like this.