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Mandolin Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 166 pictures in our Mandolin collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Pete Seeger, American folk musician and singer-songwriter Featured Print

Pete Seeger, American folk musician and singer-songwriter

Peter "Pete" Seeger (b 1919), American folk musician and singer-songwriter. From the 1960s onwards he has performed protest music in support of international disarmament, civil rights and environmental causes. His instruments are the banjo, guitar, recorder, mandolin, ukulele and piano.

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10473233

1919, 1960s, 1980s, Activism, Activist, American, Banjo, Beard, Cap, Celebrity, Civil, Disarmament, Environmental, Folk, Guitar, Historical, History, Instruments, International, Left, Mandolin, Music, Musical, Musician, Peter, Piano, Political, Politics, Profile, Protest, Recorder, Rights, Seeger, Singer, Song Writer, Ukulele, Wing

A Concert Party, Artist Unknown Featured Print

A Concert Party, Artist Unknown

Oil on board, Dutch / Flemish School, 17th century. The painting was previously known as 'Queen Elizabeth and the Earl of Leicester at Kenilworth' and attributed to Dirk Hals (1591-1656). Hals was the brother of the more famous 17th century painter Frans Hals. He studied in Haarlem under Abraham Bloemart, and his works often depict scenes of dancing and music-making. Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, was one of Queen Elizabeth's favourites. She bestowed on him his title and gifted him Kenilworth Castle in Warwickshire as a mark of her affection. The event, which the painting was originally believed to depict, occurred in 1575, when the Earl of Leicester, entertained the Queen at Kenilworth. There were three weeks of revelry and banquets and the visit was much talked about at the time. Following research undertaken in 2004, doubt was cast on the painting's original attribution due to uncertainty why a Dutch painter should choose this event for a subject at least 40 years after it occurred.

© RIC

The Roman Pulcinella of the Piazza Navona Featured Print

The Roman Pulcinella of the Piazza Navona

The Roman Pulcinella of the Piazza Navona. The commedia dell'arte character is shown in five scenes: winning the lottery, reconciling with his enemy, drinking wine, reading up on politics, and playing the mandolin.
1884

© Mary Evans Picture Library

1880s, 1884, Arte, Character, Comedy, Commedia, Drinking, Enemy, French, Italian, Italy, Lottery, Man, Mandolin, Mask, Masked, Men, Navona, Piazza, Playing, Polichinelle, Politics, Pulcinella, Punch, Reading, Reconciling, Roman, Rome, Wine, Winning