c. 1575—Munich, Germany: A contemporary painting of the Munich court by Hans Mielich depicts Orlando Lassus, seated at the keyboard, with his ensemble of musicians around him, including trombone, cornett, woodwinds, and strings

c. 1575—Munich, Germany: A contemporary painting of the Munich court by Hans Mielich depicts Orlando Lassus, seated at the keyboard, with his ensemble of musicians around him, including trombone, cornett, woodwinds, and strings

Trombone History: 17th Century (first half), 1618, Pieter Lastmann's altar scene, David in the Temple, portrays a trombone performing with voices, tamborine, pommer, and strings instruments.

Trombone History: 17th Century (first half), 1618, Pieter Lastmann's altar scene, David in the Temple, portrays a trombone performing with voices, tamborine, pommer, and strings instruments.

Trombone History: 16th Century - Will Kimball

Trombone History: 16th Century - Will Kimball

Sargent, John Singer (1856-1925) - Study for Seated Musicians (El Jaleo)

Sargent, John Singer (1856-1925) - Study for Seated Musicians (El Jaleo)

meeting medieval men Detail of a medieval painting The seven works of Charity around 1500

meeting medieval men Detail of a medieval painting The seven works of Charity around 1500

Trombone History: 16th Century - Will Kimball

Trombone History: 16th Century - Will Kimball

THE APPARITION (Tampura?)  The Apparition portrays Salome who, according to the Gospels, bewitched the ruler Herod Antipas, the husband of her mother Herodiad, with her DANCING . As a reward she was given the head of John the Baptist.  The head of John the Baptist, with its halo, recalls a Japanese print copied by Moreau at the Palais de l'Industrie in 1869. It is also reminiscent of the famous head of Medusa, brandished by Perseus, in Benvenuto Cellini's bronze in Florence (Loggia dei…

THE APPARITION (Tampura?) The Apparition portrays Salome who, according to the Gospels, bewitched the ruler Herod Antipas, the husband of her mother Herodiad, with her DANCING . As a reward she was given the head of John the Baptist. The head of John the Baptist, with its halo, recalls a Japanese print copied by Moreau at the Palais de l'Industrie in 1869. It is also reminiscent of the famous head of Medusa, brandished by Perseus, in Benvenuto Cellini's bronze in Florence (Loggia dei…

The Seven LIBERAL ARTS by Marten de Vos. depictions of the Liberal Arts: Grammatica, Dialectica, Rhetorica, Arithmetica, MÚSICA, Geometrica, Astrologia, are undoubtedly influenced by those of De Vos' teacher Frans Floris, painted for Nicolaes Jonghelinck's house in Antwerp, and popularized by Cornelis Cort's engravings. The artist combined the liberal arts into one painting thus creating an influential model for subsequent Antwerp painters.

The Seven LIBERAL ARTS by Marten de Vos. depictions of the Liberal Arts: Grammatica, Dialectica, Rhetorica, Arithmetica, MÚSICA, Geometrica, Astrologia, are undoubtedly influenced by those of De Vos' teacher Frans Floris, painted for Nicolaes Jonghelinck's house in Antwerp, and popularized by Cornelis Cort's engravings. The artist combined the liberal arts into one painting thus creating an influential model for subsequent Antwerp painters.

MusicArt FRANCOIS BARRAUD "Le Malcontent " (1930)

MusicArt FRANCOIS BARRAUD "Le Malcontent " (1930)

The harvest - circa 1880 | Jules Dupré #French, 1811-1889 Medium: Painting - oil on panel

The harvest - circa 1880 | Jules Dupré #French, 1811-1889 Medium: Painting - oil on panel

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