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  • An Artful Life - Curator: Sasha Soren (Author of 'Random Magic')

    'Girl Fishing at San Vigilio' (1913) by John Singer Sargent. Oil on canvas. 49.50 x 71.10cm (19.50 x 28.00 in). Private collection. Signed 'John S. Sargent' (upper left) and dated '1913' (upper right). // Bio notes: // See also: // About Punta San Vigilio, Lake Garda, Italy: // Found by @RandomMagicTour ( - Sasha Soren - Book trailer:

  • Beverly Martin

    John Singer Sargent Art Paintings (Vol.01) : Oil Paintings, Watercolors and Portraits 1024*768 NO.13 Wallpaper

  • Laura Cochran

    Girl Fishing by John Singer Sargent. Museum Quality Oil Painting Reproductions On Canvas.

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