Jessie with Guitar - Thomas Hart Benton

“ Jessie with guitar Thomas Hart Benton (American, Oil on masonite. Jessie is Benton’s daughter. Benton declared himself an enemy of modernism; he began the naturalistic and representational work today known as.

Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973). Guitar. 1913

Guitar by Pablo Picasso. cut-and-pasted and printed paper, charcoal, ink, and chalk on colored paper on board

It's About Time: Music 1500-1600s - Women (& their dogs) making music

Gerrit Van Honthorst Woman Playing the Guitar, , Musee du Louvre, Paris. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Woman Playing the Guitar by Gerrit Van Honthorst.

“Adriaen Pietersz van de Venne (Dutch, 1589-1662) • A lady dancing and playing the Lute in a Landscape ”

Adriaen Pietersz van de Venne (Dutch, - A Lady Dancing and Playing the Lute in a Landscape

Johannes Vermeer [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AJan_Vermeer_van_Delft_013.jpg

The Guitar Player, Johannes Vermeer, Kenwood House English Heritage as Trustees of the Iveagh Bequest, London when Kenwood House was being renovated and painting was at National Gallery]

A Lute Player by Edwin Austin Abbey

Edwin Austen Abbey, A Lute Player, oil on canvas, Royal Academy of Arts, London.

Pablo Picasso, 'Still Life with Door, Guitar and Bottles,' 1916, Statens Museum for Kunst

Pablo Picasso, 'Still Life with Door, Guitar and Bottles,' Statens Museum for Kunst

Pablo Picasso. Guitare. 1925 year

Pablo Picasso. Guitare. 1925 year

File:Musician and his family.jpg (Possibly Fernando Sor) http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AMusician_and_his_family.jpg

and his Family, French oil painting (Bibliothèque Marmottan, Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris copy

plucked vihuela and 4 string vihuela de arco / viola da braccio, aka bowed guitar (that’s not a violin, I don’t believe). This instrument is too early, c.1500-1510 (Fresco, anon, Ferrara Italy), and too big, to be a violin.

plucked vihuela and 4 string vihuela de arco / viola da braccio, aka bowed guitar (that’s not a violin, I don’t believe). This instrument is too early, c.1500-1510 (Fresco, anon, Ferrara Italy), and too big, to be a violin.

detail of another early orpharion in a painting attributed to Frans II LeJeune, c1581-1642.

detail of another early orpharion in a painting attributed to Frans II LeJeune,

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