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Minstrels, c 1480



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Minstrels, c 1480

LLM457997 Minstrels, c 1480 by Shaw, Henry (1800-73); Private Collection; (add.info.: Minstrels, c 1480. Illustration from Dresses and Decorations (Henry G Bohn, 1858). Picture created from original manuscript and other material.); © Look and Learn

Media ID 22673326

© Look and Learn / Bridgeman Images

Harp Minstrels Recorder C 1480


Greetings Card (7"x5")

Step back in time with our enchanting selection of Minstrels Greeting Cards from Media Storehouse. Featuring an exquisite image from Bridgeman Images and Fine Art Finder, these cards transport you to the medieval era with Henry Shaw's captivating illustration, 'Minstrels, c 1480'. Perfect for sending a message of nostalgia, these high-quality cards are a unique and thoughtful choice for any occasion. Add a touch of history and charm to your correspondence with our Minstrels Greeting Cards.

Folded Greeting Cards (12.5x17.5 cm) have a laminate finish and are supplied with an envelope. The front and inside can be personalised with text in a selection of fonts, layouts and colours.

Greetings Cards suitable for Birthdays, Weddings, Anniversaries, Graduations, Thank You and much more

Estimated Product Size is 17.5cm x 12.5cm (6.9" x 4.9")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print showcases "Minstrels, c 1480" by Henry Shaw, a renowned artist from the 19th century. The image depicts a scene filled with enchanting music and lively entertainment. Set in a beautiful garden, minstrels are seen playing various musical instruments such as harps, pipes, and recorders. The composition exudes an air of elegance and sophistication as the minstrels immerse themselves in their craft. Their colorful attire adds vibrancy to the scene while capturing the essence of medieval fashion. This particular illustration was derived from original manuscripts and other historical material, making it an authentic representation of its time. The harmonious melodies produced by these talented musicians transport viewers back to the late 15th century when minstrelsy was at its peak. It is fascinating to witness how music has transcended time and continues to captivate audiences across generations. This print serves as a testament to the enduring power of art in preserving history and culture. Through this visual masterpiece, we can appreciate not only the skillful craftsmanship of Henry Shaw but also gain insight into the role that minstrels played in providing entertainment during this era. With every glance at this remarkable artwork, one can't help but be transported into a world where music reigns supreme – where gardens come alive with melodious tunes echoing through their lush landscapes.

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