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Green Door, Santa Maria della Salute / John Singer Sargent / ca. 1904 / Watercolor, graphite, gouache, and wax crayon on white wove paper

Santa Maria della Salute, Venice by John Singer Sargent The Fitzwilliam Museum Date painted: c.1904/1908 The Fitzwilliam Museum

John Singer Sargent's watercolours set for rare London exhibition

John Singer Sargent’s The Church of Santa Maria della Salute, Venice (c1904-09).

Boat Race: What rowing used to look like for women

Photograph of the ZLAC Rowing Club crew with oars ‘tossed’ in salute, circa 1904. In 1892 a group of women formed a rowing club in San Diego. Sisters Lena, Agnes and Caroline Polhamus and their friend Zulette Lamb used the first letters of their names as an acronym. The club they founded is now the oldest women’s rowing club in the USA. Picture: The River and Rowing Museum, Henley.

Pollice Verso (Gérôme) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopaedia: Inspiration for Gladiator, just this image got Ridley Scott hooked.

<p>John Singer Sargent (American, 1856–1925). <i>Santa Maria della Salute</i>, 1904. Translucent and opaque watercolor and graphite with graphite underdrawing, 18<sup>3</sup>⁄<sub>16</sub> x 23 in. (46.2 × 58.4 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Purchased by Special Subscription, 09.838</p>

RISD Museum: Paul Signac, French, 1863-1935. View of Santa Maria della Salute, Venice, ca. 1904. Graphite and watercolor on laid paper mounted on card. 10.2 x 13.3 cm (4 x 5 1/4 inches). Gift of Mrs. Gustav Radeke 21.480