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Topic: harp

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Italian Street Musicians

Italian Street Musicians

From 'Street Life in London', 1877, by John Thomson and Adolphe Smith:.. Then there is something irresistible in the bright glitter of his eyes, in. his cheerful gait, and his fascinating manners; While English... more

Man playing the harp from BL Royal 15 D II, f. 52

Man playing the harp from BL Royal 15 D II, f. 52

Detail of an historiated initial 'E'(n) of a man playing the harp. Image taken from f. 52 of La lumiere as lais; Apocalypse (the 'Welles Apocalypse'). Written in French.

David playing the harp from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 56v

David playing the harp from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 56v

Detail of an upper register miniature of David playing the harp, with musicians in procession carrying the Ark. Image taken from f. 56v of Psalter ('The Queen Mary Psalter'). Written in Latin, with French image captions.

David playing his harp from BL Royal 15 D III, f. 252

David playing his harp from BL Royal 15 D III, f. 252

Miniature of David playing his harp. Image taken from f. 252 of Bible historiale, the early version. Written in French.

David playing a harp from BL YT 23, f. 147

David playing a harp from BL YT 23, f. 147

Detail of an historiated initial 'D'(omine) with King David playing his harp, at the beginning of the Penitential Psalms. Image taken from f. 147 of Book of Hours, Use of Rome ('The Hours of Agostino Biliotti')... more

David Playing the Harp Before Saul

David Playing the Harp Before Saul

Lucas van Leyden (Netherlandish, Leiden ca. 1494–1533 Leiden)

David Playing the Harp Before Saul

David Playing the Harp Before Saul

Lucas van Leyden (Netherlandish, Leiden ca. 1494–1533 Leiden)

A Silver Statuette of an Angel Playing the Harp, from the Large Series of Wittenberg Reliquaries

A Silver Statuette of an Angel Playing the Harp, from the Large Series...

Lucas Cranach the Elder (German, Kronach 1472–1553 Weimar)

David Playing the Harp before Saul

David Playing the Harp before Saul

Conrad Baur (German, active 1517–32)

Woman with a Harp

Woman with a Harp

Sebald Beham (German, Nuremberg 1500–1550 Frankfurt)

The Young David Playing the Harp

The Young David Playing the Harp

Delicately rendered in black chalk, this drawing constitutes a study for the figure of the Young David playing the harp frescoed by Michelangelo Anselmi in monochrome on the entrance arch of the western apse of... more

Robed woman standing next to a plinth, her right hand bears a palm branch, a harp rests against the plinth

Robed woman standing next to a plinth, her right hand bears a palm bra...

Claude Mellan (French, Abbeville 1598–1688 Paris)

Gothic Harp

Gothic Harp

Probably Germany

Pedal Harp

Pedal Harp

Renault & Chatelain Paris, France

Harp panel
Harp

Harp

France

Welsh Triple Harp

Welsh Triple Harp

Wales, United Kingdom

Hooked Harp

Hooked Harp

Tyrol, Austria

Harp

Harp

France

Portable Harp

Portable Harp

England, United Kingdom

Hooked Harp
Harp

Harp

Savoy, Italy

Welsh Triple Harp

Welsh Triple Harp

The triple harp first developed in Italy and appeared in the British Isles by the early seventeenth century. The instrument became so popular with Welsh harpists, especially those residing in London, that by th... more

Harp

Harp

France; Germany

Koto (Japanese Harp) and Sho (Reed Organ)

Koto (Japanese Harp) and Sho (Reed Organ)

Kubo Shunman (Japanese, 1757–1820) Edo period (1615–1868)

Two Courtesans, One Playing a Koto (Harp) and The Other Reading a Letter

Two Courtesans, One Playing a Koto (Harp) and The Other Reading a Lett...

Kubo Shunman (Japanese, 1757–1820) Edo period (1615–1868)

Young Nobleman Playing Koto (Harp)

Young Nobleman Playing Koto (Harp)

Kubo Shunman (Japanese, 1757–1820) Edo period (1615–1868)

Pedal Harp

Pedal Harp

Jean Henri Naderman (German, Lichteneau, Westphalia 1734–1799 Paris (active France)) Paris, France

Self-Portrait with a Harp

Self-Portrait with a Harp

This work has been identified with a self-portrait that Mademoiselle Ducreux exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1791. The sitter's graceful pose and the sumptuous fabrics were admired by contemporary critics. Rose... more

Harp Lute

Harp Lute

Edward Light (British, London ca. 1747–ca. 1832 London) England, United Kingdom

Portable Gothic Harp
Hooked Harp

Hooked Harp

Germany or Austria

Pedal Harp
Pedal Harp

Pedal Harp

Cousineau Père et Fils Paris, France

Ink tablet inscribed “Melodious Harp Studio”

Ink tablet inscribed “Melodious Harp Studio”

This ink tablet is from a sixty-four-tablet set (30.76.216–.279) commissioned by the Jiaqing emperor from the Studio for Appreciating the Antique (Jiangu Zhai) manufactory of the Wang Jinsheng family in Huizhou... more

Harp Tuning Key

Harp Tuning Key

Érard (French, ca. 1780–1959) Paris, France

The Harp Virtue Chamber

The Harp Virtue Chamber

This ink tablet is from a sixty-four-tablet set (30.76.216–.279) commissioned by the Jiaqing emperor from the Studio for Appreciating the Antique (Jiangu Zhai) manufactory of the Wang Jinsheng family in Huizhou... more

Portable Harp

Portable Harp

Joseph George Morley (British, London 1847–1922 London) London, England, United Kingdom

Man Preaching with Upraised Arm, Two Male Nudes, Man Playing Harp (from Sketchbook)

Man Preaching with Upraised Arm, Two Male Nudes, Man Playing Harp (fro...

Thomas Sully (American, Horncastle, Lincolnshire 1783–1872 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Potted Pine Tree and Koto (Japanese Harp)

Potted Pine Tree and Koto (Japanese Harp)

Keisai Eisen (Japanese, 1790–1848)

Portable Harp

Portable Harp

Louis Joseph Domeny France

Pedal Harp

Pedal Harp

Erard Freres et Co (Paris (1788) and London (1792) until 1826) London, United Kingdom

Harp Lute

Harp Lute

The harplike pillar supports diatonically tuned bass strings to extend the range of the fretted strings. The pitch of the bass strings could be raised a semitone by finger-operated ring stops that work very muc... more

Portable Harp

Portable Harp

John Egan (active ca. 1804–1841) Dublin, Ireland

Pedal Harp

Pedal Harp

Henri Naderman (French, Paris ca. 1780–after 1835 Paris) Paris, France

Harp

Harp

Germany

Harp Guitar

Harp Guitar

Joseph Laurent Mast (French, Mirecourt 1779–after 1830 Toulouse) Toulouse, France

Harp String Gauge

Harp String Gauge

Érard (French, ca. 1780–1959) Paris, France

Drawing of a Harp Guitar

Drawing of a Harp Guitar

Restored Patent Drawings

Harp Guitar

Harp Guitar

Emilius N. Scherr (American, born Copenhagen, 1794–1874) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Harp Guitar

Harp Guitar

Emilius N. Scherr (American, born Copenhagen, 1794–1874) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Upright Harp Piano

Upright Harp Piano

The short-lived Euphonicon (from Greek, "sweet-toned") was patented by John Stewart in 1841 and manufactured under his supervision. Hand-painted designs and gilded brackets soften the industrial aspect of the s... more

Patrick Byrne, about 1794 - 1863. Irish Harpist

Patrick Byrne, about 1794 - 1863. Irish Harpist

Robert Adamson, David Octavius Hill..Probably 1845..Accession no. PGP HA 457 .Medium Calotype print .Size 20.30 x 16.40 cm .Credit Elliot Collection, bequeathed 1950 ..For more information please select here ( ... more

Hook Harp

Hook Harp

Martin Eggert (died 1848) Wertingen, Germany

harp from "Mary Price; or, the Memoirs of a servant-maid ... Illustrated with fifty-two engravings by F. Gilbert"

harp from "Mary Price; or, the Memoirs of a servant-maid ... Illustrat...

This image has been taken from scan 000223 from volume 02 of "Mary Price; or, the Memoirs of a servant-maid ... Illustrated with fifty-two engravings by F. Gilbert". The title and subject terms of this image ha... more

Harp

Harp

J. F. Brown & Co. Made in New York, New York, United States

Aptommas' history of the harp / C. Currier's lith.

Aptommas' history of the harp / C. Currier's lith.

Print shows title page illustration with two angels playing harps, also shows Welsh, Irish, and Egyptian harps, and a lyre.

[Allegorical illustration of hovering angel, Death, and a dead(?) man with a harp]

[Allegorical illustration of hovering angel, Death, and a dead(?) man ...

Reproduction of pencil drawing used in book of poetry.

Williams, Harp - Age [Blank], Year: 1865 - 14th US Colored Heavy Artillery, Wi-Y AND Misc Cards - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Williams, Harp - Age [Blank], Year: 1865 - 14th US Colored Heavy Artil...

Carded Records Showing Military Service of Soldiers Who Fought in Volunteer Organizations During the American Civil War

Cliff of the Harp

Cliff of the Harp

No. 44. Written on back: Lodore. Title from item. Part of series: U.S. topographical and geological survey of the valley of the Colorado River of the west, by J.W. Powell and A.H. Thompson.

Italian Street Musicians, London

Italian Street Musicians, London

Book Title: Street Life in London.Artist: John Thomson.Artist Bio: Scottish, 1837 - 1921.Creation Date: 1876.Print Date: 1877.Process: woodburytype.Credit Line: Gift of Lillick, McHose & Charles.Accession Numbe... more

The Harp Player (A Solo)

The Harp Player (A Solo)

Kenyon Cox (American, Warren, Ohio 1856–1919 New York)