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HORN PLAYERS, 18th CENTURY.
Harp and French horn players. Czech goblet painting, mid 18th century.
CLAFLIN UNIVERSITY, 1899.
Brass band for Claflin University in Orangeburg, South Carolina. Photograph, 1899.
A valveless French horn, or hand horn. Line drawing.
LAUREL AND HARDY.
Stan Laurel (right) and Oliver Hardy in a scene from 'Our Relations,' 1936 (Hal Roach - MGM).
rehearsing in a hotel room - December 1948.
DANCE: HARKNESS THEATRE.
Rebekah Harkness, American patron of dance, paying homage to Terpsichore, the goddess of dance. Detail from a mural by Enrique Senis-Oliver, completed in 1974, from the proscenium arch of the Harkness Theatre, on Broadway and 62nd Street in New York City.
JOHN MASKELYNE (1839-1917).
John Nevil Maskelyne. English magician. Maskelyne with four of his mechanical people. Line engraving, 19th century.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT: HORNS.
A pair of horns: French horn with valves (left) and early valveless bugle. Line engraving, German, late 19th century.
FRENCH HORN, 1797.
French Horn made by L.R. Rauox, Paris, c1797.
FRANCE: ROYAL HUNT, 1691.
One party of hunters attempts to untangle the hounds from a killed stag (foreground), while another closes in on a bounding stag. Oil on porcelain, 1691, from the Palace of Versailles.
A Brass Band serenading the New Year on a rooftop. Wood engraving, 1882.
DISTIN FAMILY, 1844.
The Distin family brass quintet. Wood engraving, English, 1844.
GERMAN STREET BAND, 1879.
A German street band performing in New York City. Wood engraving, American, 1879, after a painting by John George Brown.
A valveless French horn, or hand horn. Pen-and-ink drawing, early 20th century.
FRENCH HORN, 1826.
French Horn made by Marcel Auguste Rauox, Paris, c1826.
FRENCH HORN, 1723.
Copper engraving by Arnold van Westerhout, 1723.
American photograph, early 20th century.
A valveless French horn, or hand horn. Line engraving, 19th century.
LAUREL AND HARDY, 1943.
In a scene from 'Jitterbugs.'
A French saxhorn, c1845. Line engraving, American, 1892.
LOUIS XIV (1638-1715).
King of France, 1643-1715. Louis XIV on a deer hunt, attended by ladies of the court. Copper engraving, c1700, by Robert Bonnart after Adam Frans van der Meulen (1632-1690).
LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
Concert with oboe, violin, horn and cello, by Louis de Carmontelle (1717-1806), watercolour. France, 18th century. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
INSTRUMENT FACTORY, 1855.
The Gautrot musical instrument factory in Paris. Wood engraving, French, 1855.
ESTATES GENERAL, 1789.
French satirical cartoon of the three orders, represented as well-dressed people with horns growing out of their heads, travelling to Versailles in an ornate carriage drawn by two reindeer to begin sessions of the Estates General, May 1789. Contemporary hand-colored etching.
CAVE ART: RHINOCEROS.
Woolly rhinoceros painted in black outline. Middle detail from a frieze in the Rouffignac cave, Dordogne, France. Style IV, c11,000 B.C.
FRANCE: MEDIEVAL FRESCO.
Carolers at court. Fresco, second half of 14th century, from a house near Avignon, France.
ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL.
A portrait of Alexander Graham Bell playing the french horn. Bell Family.
Banquet at William's camp in Hastings. The men at left arrange the food using shields as an improvised sideboard. At the table, William is seated third from left, next to Bishop Odo, who says grace. Detail from the Bayeux Tapestry.
CHATEAU DE CHAMBORD.
A view of the Château de Chambord in the Loire Valley, France, constructed in the 16th century, with attendants of the king shown in the foreground, preparing to depart on a hunt. Copper engraving, c1700, by Pierre Aveline.
SONG OF ROLAND, 778 A.D.
The death of Roland, the nephew of Charlemagne and the most celebrated of the emperor's twelve paladins, in the pass at Roncesvalles in the Pyrenees, 778 A.D., the basis of the epic 'Chanson de Roland.' Wood engraving, 19th century.
MOUNTED TRUMPETER, 1662.
Copper engraving, French, 1662.
HORN PLAYERS, 13th CENTURY.
Page from a 13th century French psalter.
UNICORN, 16th CENTURY.
Woodcut, French, 16th century.
VENUS WITH HORN.
The Venus of Laussel, a paleolithic limestone bas relief, c25,000-20,000 B.C., found carved into a wall at Laussel, Dordogne, France, not far from Lascaux.
Line engraving, French, 18th century.
IMAGINARY LAND OF TRAPONCE.
Where people live in shells. French miniature, c1460.
TRUMPETING ANGEL, 1498.
Woodcut from 'Heures a l'Usage de Rome,' Paris, France, 1498.
HORN MAKING, c1750.
Manufacturing powder horns. Line engraving, French, c1750.
'The Unicorns.' Oil on canvas, c1888, by Gustave Moreau.
ORCHESTRAL HORN, 1825.
Orchestral (Natural) Horn made by D. Jahn, Paris, c1825.
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