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Girolamo Zenti: Harpsichord (89.4.1220) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Girolamo Zenti: Harpsichord (89.4.1220) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Clavichord Maker: Attributed to Christian Kintzing (German, Neuwied 1707–1804 Neuwied) Date: 1763 Geography: Neuwied, Germany Culture: German Medium: Wood, metal

Clavichord Maker: Attributed to Christian Kintzing (German, Neuwied 1707–1804 Neuwied) Date: 1763 Geography: Neuwied, Germany Culture: German Medium: Wood, metal

"Lady Seated at a Virginal"  Johannes Vermeer, c. 1672 (National Gallery, London). And in case you are wondering, she is specifically playing the Muselar, a type of Viriginal (harpsichord family). The keyboard is placed off center to the right and the strings are plucked 1/3 the way along their sounding length. Doing that gives a warm, rich, resonant sound. via Wikipedia | #vintage #instrument #piano #art

"Lady Seated at a Virginal" Johannes Vermeer, c. 1672 (National Gallery, London). And in case you are wondering, she is specifically playing the Muselar, a type of Viriginal (harpsichord family). The keyboard is placed off center to the right and the strings are plucked 1/3 the way along their sounding length. Doing that gives a warm, rich, resonant sound. via Wikipedia | #vintage #instrument #piano #art

Harpsichord   Maker: Jan Ruckers (Flemish)   Date: 1642  Geography: Antwerp, Flanders, Belgium  Dimensions: L. 226.1cm (89in.)  Classification: Chordophone-Zither-plucked-harpsichord

Harpsichord Maker: Jan Ruckers (Flemish) Date: 1642 Geography: Antwerp, Flanders, Belgium Dimensions: L. 226.1cm (89in.) Classification: Chordophone-Zither-plucked-harpsichord

Château royal de Blois -  Clavecin de la salle de bal (sous le roi Henri II)

Château royal de Blois - Clavecin de la salle de bal (sous le roi Henri II)

Joseph Böhm (Austrian, 1786–ca.1850). Grand piano, ca. 1815–20. Wood, various materials. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Purchase, Rogers Fund; Mr. and Mrs. Thatcher M. Brown III, Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Hess, Carroll Music Instrument Service Corp., The New York Flute Club Inc. and Piano Technicians; Guild Gifts; Gifts of Mrs. Etta M Helmer, Alice Getty, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wellman, Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. F. Sichel, Craig E. Steese, Hilda Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Travis, and The…

Joseph Böhm (Austrian, 1786–ca.1850). Grand piano, ca. 1815–20. Wood, various materials. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Purchase, Rogers Fund; Mr. and Mrs. Thatcher M. Brown III, Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Hess, Carroll Music Instrument Service Corp., The New York Flute Club Inc. and Piano Technicians; Guild Gifts; Gifts of Mrs. Etta M Helmer, Alice Getty, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wellman, Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. F. Sichel, Craig E. Steese, Hilda Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Travis, and The…

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