Sargent s Venice

Sargent painted a portrait of Countess Clary und Aldringen, nee Therese Kinskv, in 1896: The Portraits of the 1890s, no. 393, pp. 109-10.

Sargent s Venice

Sargent s Venice

Den amerikanske kunstner John Singer Sargents (1856-1925) skildringer af Venedig.

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