1 de marzo de 2011

The Music Lesson, paintings



Xue Yanqun




Krzysztof Izdebsk




Young Spanish Woman with a Guitar. 1898




Giovanni Lanfranco





Christopher Walker




Johannes Vermeer


Vincent Van Gogh




Tamara de Lempicka




paintings of music girl by Daniel Maclise
Daniel Maclise




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Hugo Ballin





Henry Matisse




John Everett Millais





Karl Ludwig Adol Ehrhardt





  • Después del silencio, lo que más se acerca a expresar lo inexpresable es la música.

  • Aldous Huxley




John Sloan



Jame Abbott McNeill



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Alice Pike Barney





Guglielmo Zoochi



Giovanni Boldini



Dante Gabrie Rossetti






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Leon Kroll





Pierre Auguste Renoir







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Mike Worrall, más aquí





Pierre Auguste Renoir





Yuqi Wang



paintings of Lucie Leon at the Piano by Berthe Morisot
Berthe Morisot



Len Sotskova



Zhao Kailin




Peder Ilsted's "Mandolin" Painting at Clarke Galleries
Peder Ilsted






Kevin Beilfuss








Philip Evergood (Oct. 26, 1901 - 1973): Woman at the Piano, 1955 - oil on canvas (Smithsonian) See also Dowager in a Wheelchair “Evergood is noted for his deliberately awkward drawing and his spontaneous bold lines. His skillfully organized sophisticated compositions are often humorous, frequently fantastic, and sometimes openly symbolic. His color is never conventional but rather evokes an extremely personal mood that reveals the artist as both militantly social and warmly sensuous.” (quoted via Wiki)
Philip Evergood




Childe Frederick Hassam




Joanna Zjawinska




paintings of The Violinist Leila Kalman by Bellows George
George Bellows




Hu Jun




Andrew Atroshenko




Gigino Falconi



Zhao Kailin



Gianni Bellini



Dan Beck



Daniel F. Gerhartz



Lord Frederick Leighton



Louise Abbema



Lovis Corinth



Charles West Cope



Pierre-Louis-Joseph de Coninck




Carl Vilhelm Holsoe



Raimundo de Madrazo y Garreta



Carl Larsson



Rembrandt




  • El que escucha música siente que su soledad, de repente, se puebla.

  • Robert Browning


Lena Sotskova


Rudolf Ernst


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Malcolm Liepke


Caravaggio



Theodore Robinson



Berthe Morisot



Thomas Baker



Arthur Hughes



William A. Breakspeare



paintings of The Mandolin by Berthe Morisot
Berthe Morisot




Antonio Garcia y Mencia



William Henry Midwood




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Thomas Wilmer Dewing




Portrait of a Lady - Briton Rivière
Briton Rivière




William Merritt Chase



Albrech Durer



Kevin Beilfuss


  • La música puede dar nombre a lo innombrable y comunicar lo desconocido. (Leonard Bernstein)





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