Palazzo Labia and San Geremia, Venice 
John Singer Sargent -- American painter  
Private collection 
Oil on canvas 
54.6 x 69.9 cm (21 1/2 x 27 1/2 in.) 
 Jpg: The Pragmatic Romanticist

The view is looking northwest at the convergence of the Grand Canal and the Cannaregio Canal. The San Geremia is the domed building straight ahead and Located (D3) on the big map (the northern side of the Grand Canal and west side of Cannaregio). 

From Philip Resheph 
Date: 10/6/00 
If the traffic was anything like it is today, it would by like sitting in the middle of 5th Avenue. Palazzo Labia is now offices and has a sumptuous ceiling done by Tiepolo.  
Palazzo Labbia, Venice 
Watercolor on paper 
Painting a number of his scenes in Venice more than once, here Sargent did a watercolor (date unknown). It was quite possibly done at different years, revisiting the same subject only in a different medium.  

Palazzo Labia with Campanile of San Geremia 
Watercolor on paper 


View of the Rio di Cannaregio with the Ponte dei Tre Archi 
Giovanni Antonio Canal, called Canaletto (1697-1768) 
Oil on canvas 
48.3 x 77.5 cm 


John Singer Sargent, An Exhibition -- Whitney Museum, NY & The Art Institute of Chicago 1986-1987

Created 1999