1. A Song Without Words (1880). George Hamilton Barrable (British, fl. 1873-1890).

    Barrable was a London painter of interiors and domestic subjects. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1875-87. He also exhibited at the Society of British Artists (1873-1885) where his works included The Sly Peep and Idle Moments (1873-1874).

    “The piano ain’t got no wrong notes.” ― Thelonious Monk

     
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