(John Singer Sargent) , 1916.496,” Harvard Art Museums collections online, Sep 24, 2023, https://hvrd.art/o/231994.
Reuse via IIIF
In the foreground, there is a shore littered with sticks, and beyond it, still blue-green water. A strip of rocky earth pokes out from the water at its center, with a few small trees on the right-hand side. There is a cropping of tall pine trees on the far side of the water, on the left-hand side of the scene. Beyond the water are layers of mountainous ledges. The layer closest to the water is spotted with trees. The next layer is rocky and barren. The farthest layer is covered with snow.