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Choose from 542 pictures in our Trumpeter collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Louis Armstrong Fan Head Signing Featured Trumpeter Print

Louis Armstrong Fan Head Signing

Picture taken on January 31, 1961 of American jazzman Louis Armstrong, signing an autograph on the head of a fan, at his arrival in Nice for two concerts. / AFP PHOTO / -

© Agence France-Presse (AFP) - All Rights Reserved

Black And White Picture, Fan, Jazz, Musician, Shaved Head, Signing Autographs, Square, Square Format, Trumpeter

The Distin Family, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Trumpeter Print

The Distin Family, 1844. Creator: Unknown

The Distin Family, 1844. John Distin and his sons were British musicians who performed on saxhorns and were influential in the evolution of brass instruments in then popular music. Mr. Distin and his four sons have been for several years before the public. Mr. Distin senior, for more than nine years, was principal trumpet in the private band of King George IV'. They ...were invited to make a trial of some newly-invented instruments, manufactured by M. Adolphe Sax, in Paris. Upon the introduction of the Distin's improved Sax Horns in Paris, they at once ensured success...The Distins are at present the only performers on the Sax Horn,?which unites the powers of the French horn and those of the cornet-a-piston but is infinitely superior to both, for it combines the mellowness and sweetness of the former, with all the brilliancy and power of the latter'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

© The Print Collector/Heritage Images

European Jaegers, gunners, pioneers and trains, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Trumpeter Print

European Jaegers, gunners, pioneers and trains, chromolithograph, published in 1897

European Jaegers (Hunters - Light infantry), gunners, pioneers, and trains (Logistic corps), end of 19th century: I) German Empire: 1) Officer of the railway brigade (parade), 2) Prussian lines pioneer in orderly suit, 3) Bavarian pioneer with cap, 4) Saxon pioneer (battlefield), 5) Bavarian jaeger (battlefield), 6) Saxon jaeger (battlefield), 7) Prussian jaeger (battlefield), 8) Prussian field jaeger corps, 9) Officer of a Prussian Guard Train Battalion, 10) Sergeant of a Prussian Train Battalion (parade), 11) Bavarian train, 12) Saxon Train Sergeant; II) Austria-Hungary: 1) Staff officer of the Jaeger (parade), 2) Jaeger (parade), 3) Jaeger (battlefield), 4) Engeneer soldier (Geniesoldat), 5) Engeneer staff (Geniestab), 6) Pioneer, 7) Soldier of the Railroad Regiment, 8) Train officer, 9) Train soldier; III) Italy: 1) Bersaglieri (parade), 2) Officer of the Bersaglieri (parade), 3) Bersaglieri, small uniform, 4) Officer of the Mountain troups, 5) Mountain troups, 6) Engineer officer (Genieoffizier), 7) Engeneer soldier (Geniesoldat, battlefield), 8) Trumpeter of the Engineer train (Genietrain); IV) France: 1) Officer of the Mountain troups, 2) Mountain troups, 3) Officer of the Jaeger to foot, 4) Jaeger to foot, 5) Jaeger to foot in coat, 6) Engineer officer (Genieoffizier), 7) Engineer soldier, 8) Train soldier (parade); V) Russia: 1) Bodyguard gunner, 2) Finnish gunner, 3) Army gunner, 4) Engineer officer, 5 - 8) Army sapper (5), officer (6), and soldier (7) of a Train battalion from the Peace formation, 8) soldier (7) Soldier of a Train battalion from the War formation; VI) Great Britain: 1) Engineer soldier (Royal Engineers), 2) Train soldier of the Royal Engineers, 3) Sniper officer (King's Royal Rifle Corps), 4) Sniper (King's Royal Rifle Corps, 5) Scottish sniper (Scottish Rifles), 6) Irish sniper (Royal Irish Rifles), 7) Train soldier. Chromolithograph after drawings by Richard KnA?tel (German military painter, 1857 - 1914), published in 1897