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Santa Maria della Salute and the Canale Grande, Venice
Santa Maria della Salute and the Canale Grande, Venice
Santa Maria della Salute and the Canale Grande, Venice
Monet, Claude 1840–1926.

“Santa Maria della Salute and the Canale Grande, Venice”, 1908.

Oil on canvas, 72 × 91cm.
Sotheby’s, London, 4 April 1989
(sold for #6,710,000).
(c.)...
St Cecilia
Red Riding Hood
A Dancing Beauty
Flirting
L’Hiver
Portrait of a Young Chinese Girl
Portrait of a Gentleman, said to be Gawen William Rowan Ham
A British Man of War in a Strong Breeze with East Indiamen
The Head of the Infant St John the Baptist
Jeanne d’Arc
Design for a Medal
A Young Girl Looking in a Mirror
A Piper with a Peasant Woman Holding a Tankard
Male nude lying on a stone bench
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