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Marie Antoinette playing her harp. Her Imperial family in Austria was one that thoroughly enjoyed music. Antonia herself learned to play the harpsichord, spinet and clavichord, as well as the harp, taught by Gluck. During the family's musical evenings, she would sing French songs and Italian arias. She also excelled at dancing – an accomplishment often remarked by those who saw her.

Marie Antoinette playing her harp. Her Imperial family in Austria was one that…

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Joseph-Denis Odevaere (1775 – 1830, Belgian)

centuriespast: “ ODEVAERE, Joseph-Denis Portrait of a Lady 1805 Oil on canvas, 207 x 164 cm Private collection ”

Carl Timoleon von Neff  (1804-1877)  —   Portrait of a Young Lady with Harp  (834×1000)

Carl Timoleon von Neff — Portrait of a Young Lady with Harp

John Parry the Blind Harpist, with an Assistant, 1770,  by William Parry. Like many conversation pieces, this work portrays a scene of music-making. The great harpist John Parry (c.1710–1782) was also a skilled organist and a distinctive composer. BBC - Your Paintings

John Parry the Blind Harpist, with an Assistant, by William Parry. Like many conversation pieces, this work portrays a scene of music-making. The great harpist John Parry was also a skilled organist and a distinctive composer. BBC - Your Paintings

Dmitry Levitzky. Portrait of G. I. Alymova. 1775. Oil on canvas. The Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

Alymova, Oil by Dmitry Grigoryevich Levitsky (Fine Art Art reproduction Dmitry Grigoryevich Levitsky)

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