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Violinist Gallery

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Choose from 541 pictures in our Violinist collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Portraits of Victorian royalty, politicians and entertainers Featured Print

Portraits of Victorian royalty, politicians and entertainers

In Vanity Fair -- portraits of Victorian royalty, politicians, entertainers and others, on a stage and below. Top row, left to right: Lord Salisbury and William Gladstone (on canvas), Leslie Ward (sketching), Louis Pasteur (with rabbits), Pablo Sarasate (violinist), Sims Reeves (singing), George Grossmith, Henry Irving (on canvas), Arthur Cecil, John Hare (smoking), Beerbohm Tree, Augustus Harris (in box office), W H Smith (seated). Bottom row, left to right: James Weatherby, Sir Robert Jardine, Lord Hartington, Major Egerton (with monocle), Edmund Tattersall, Prince George of Wales, Duke of Orleans, Duke of Connaught, Dr Tanner, T P O'Connor, Mr Justice Smith. Date: 1890

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Franz Lehar s operetta Paganini operetta in three acts performed 1925 Featured Print

Franz Lehar s operetta Paganini operetta in three acts performed 1925

Franz Lehr s operetta Paganini operetta in three acts performed 1925. Librettists Paul Knepler and Bela Jenbach. Illustration showing young girls throwing themselves at the violinist's feet as he plays his violin. Published by Glocken-Verlag, Vienna, Franz Lehr's own publishing house. Piano score and lyrics. Cover artist not known

© Lebrecht Music & Arts Photo Library - All Rights Reserved

Mr Fezziwigs Ball, illustration by John Leech for A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens( London Featured Print

Mr Fezziwigs Ball, illustration by John Leech for A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens( London

Mr Fezziwig's Ball, illustration by John Leech for A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens( London, 1843). This novella was the earliest and most popular of Dickens Christmas stories. Scene from the end of the book shows jollity and bonhomie, with fiddler (violinist) playing for dancers. Kissing under mistletoe, left, and evergreen decoration hanging from ceiling are vestiges of pre-Christian winter rites

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