Photo, Print, Drawing Le Joueur de Cornemuse (The Bagpiper)

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Title
Le Joueur de Cornemuse (The Bagpiper)
Contributor Names
Helman, Isidore-Stanislas -- 1743-1806/1809 (artist)
Subject Headings
-  Reproductive print [after well-known artist]
-  Musician - Single player
Genre
artwork
Notes
-  after a drawing possibly by Jean Claude Gallier, 18th-century painter and sculptor, of a painting by David Teniers, the younger, painter and engraver, 1610-1690 (artist notes)
-  French (artist nationality)
-  engraver (artist role)
-  Teniers, David, the younger, 1610-1690 (original artist)
-  Recto: l. l.: (just beneath image, all text in French) Peint par Teniers ; center: (just beneath image) Dessiné par Gallier, ; l. r.: (just beneath image) Gravé par Helman, ; bottom center: LE JOUEUR DE CORNEMUSE / ÉCOLE FLAMANDE / 29 ; l. l.: FÉLIX HERMET, Imprimeur Editeur, PARIS ; l. r.: MUSÉE DU LOUVRE ; top center: (in pencil) 26 ; verso: u. r.: (pencil mark) ; u. l.: (in pencil) Ritti / July 19. 1924 / 30 fcs $1.59 ; l. l.: (in pencil) C575/584 (inscription)
-  Etching. (medium)
-  Good condition. Etching itself is in fine condition. Edge tear at bottom center edge of mount has been mended. Adhesive tape stains at upper and lower left of left edge of mount. Some spotting on lower half of cream-color sheet. (condition)
-  Paul Ritti, Librairie Ancienne et Moderne, Paris, 19 July 1924. (provenance)
-  Bagpipe (instrument)
-  Gallier, Jean Claude, 18th-century (related names)
-  late 18th-early 19th century (century)
-  Works of Art [General] (miller category)
Extent
Mount: 21 1/4 x 15 7/8 inches (54.0 x 40.3 cm.); sheet: 17 3/4 x 13 1/8 inches (45.0 x 33.3 cm.); image: 11 1/4 x 9 inches (28.5 x 22.8 cm.)
Repository
Music Division, Library of Congress
Online Format
image
Description
Artwork. Mount: 21 1/4 x 15 7/8 inches (54.0 x 40.3 cm.); sheet: 17 3/4 x 13 1/8 inches (45.0 x 33.3 cm.); image: 11 1/4 x 9 inches (28.5 x 22.8 cm.) | after a drawing possibly by Jean Claude Gallier, 18th-century painter and sculptor, of a painting by David Teniers, the younger, painter and engraver, 1610-1690 (Artist Notes). French (Artist Nationality). engraver (Artist Role). Teniers, David, the younger, 1610-1690 (Original Artist). Recto: l. l.: (just beneath image, all text in French) Peint par Teniers ; center: (just beneath image) Dessiné par Gallier, ; l. r.: (just beneath image) Gravé par Helman, ; bottom center: LE JOUEUR DE CORNEMUSE / ÉCOLE FLAMANDE / 29 ; l. l.: FÉLIX HERMET, Imprimeur Editeur, PARIS ; l. r.: MUSÉE DU LOUVRE ; top center: (in pencil) 26 ; verso: u. r.: (pencil mark) ; u. l.: (in pencil) Ritti / July 19. 1924 / 30 fcs $1.59 ; l. l.: (in pencil) C575/584 (Inscription). Etching. (Medium). Good condition. Etching itself is in fine condition. Edge tear at bottom center edge of mount has been mended. Adhesive tape stains at upper and lower left of left edge of mount. Some spotting on lower half of cream-color sheet. (Condition). Paul Ritti, Librairie Ancienne et Moderne, Paris, 19 July 1924. (Provenance). Bagpipe (Instrument). Gallier, Jean Claude, 18th-century (Related Names). late 18th-early 19th century (Century). Works of Art [General] (Miller Category).
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Helman, Isidore-Stanislas. LeJoueur de Cornemuse The Bagpiper. , . Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/miller.0037/.

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Helman, I. LeJoueur de Cornemuse The Bagpiper. , . [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/miller.0037/.

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Helman, Isidore-Stanislas. LeJoueur de Cornemuse The Bagpiper. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/miller.0037/>.