Venice, The Grand Canal with San Geremia, Palazzo Labia, and the Entrance to the Cannaregio - Francesco Guardi — Google Arts & Culture

Venice, The Grand Canal with San Geremia, Palazzo Labia, and the Entrance to the Cannaregio - Francesco Guardi — Google Arts & Culture

Charles de Beistegui at his famous 1951 ball at the Labia Palace in Venice. What you can't see: his platform shoes.

Charles de Beistegui at his famous 1951 ball at the Labia Palace in Venice. What you can't see: his platform shoes.

The Grand Canal with the Palazzo Labia and Entry to the Cannareggio. Gemäldegalerie, Berlin.

The Grand Canal with the Palazzo Labia and Entry to the Cannareggio. Gemäldegalerie, Berlin.

Venedig, Canal Grande, Chiesa di San Geremia (Santi Geremia e Lucia) und Palazzo Labia

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Palazzo Flangini è un palazzo di Venezia, situato nel sestiere di Cannaregio affacciato sul Canal Grande. Si trova a fianco alla Chiesa di San Geremia e poco distante da Palazzo Labia.

Palazzo Flangini è un palazzo di Venezia, situato nel sestiere di Cannaregio affacciato sul Canal Grande. Si trova a fianco alla Chiesa di San Geremia e poco distante da Palazzo Labia.

Paul-Louis Weiller, Madame Mallard, Lady Diana Cooper, Baron de Cabrol and Madame Hersent at the Bal Beistegui

Paul-Louis Weiller, Madame Mallard, Lady Diana Cooper, Baron de Cabrol and Madame Hersent at the Bal Beistegui

- Michele Marieschi, Veduta del Canal Grande alla confluenza del Cannaregio con Palazzo Labia e San Geremia, 1741

- Michele Marieschi, Veduta del Canal Grande alla confluenza del Cannaregio con Palazzo Labia e San Geremia, 1741

Giovanni Battista Cimaroli A VIEW OF THE CANAL GRANDE WITH SAN GEREMIA, PALAZZO LABIA AND THE ENTRANCE TO THE CANNAREGGIO

Giovanni Battista Cimaroli A VIEW OF THE CANAL GRANDE WITH SAN GEREMIA, PALAZZO LABIA AND THE ENTRANCE TO THE CANNAREGGIO

{Le Bal du Siècle} Orson Welles and Mademoiselle de Heeren - Christian Dior's costume was designed by Salvador Dalí, the old Aga Khan was a "sinister looking figure in blak silk" and Orson Welles was in black tie with his head suitably topped with feathers as his costume was late.

{Le Bal du Siècle} Orson Welles and Mademoiselle de Heeren - Christian Dior's costume was designed by Salvador Dalí, the old Aga Khan was a "sinister looking figure in blak silk" and Orson Welles was in black tie with his head suitably topped with feathers as his costume was late.

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