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Feathers in a Cage (Part 1 of 2)

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  • Verdaderas obras de arte. Bonita musica y bonita la nota final.
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  • Very Beautiful paintings, part 1 and 2, dear Cachi !! Thanks for sharing and congratulations. Wish you a beautiful day! Best greetings from Greece. I wish you also a wonderful week. Nikos
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  • Muy buen trabajo y agradable, gracias por compartirlo, un saludo
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  • @Norma47 Gracias Norma por tu amable comentario. Me alegra de que te gustase. Cariños.
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Feathers in a Cage (Part 1 of 2)

  1. 1. Joseph Caraud (1821- 1905) "The Pet Canaries"
  2. 2. Christian Ludwig Bokelmann (1844-1894) «A Mischievous Friend» 1875
  3. 3. Martin Drolling
  4. 4. Emile Pierre Metzmacher
  5. 5. Walter Deverell "A Pet"
  6. 6. Joseph Melling (1724-1796)«Three young girls with a blue parrot in a cage»
  7. 7. Henry Tonks (1862 -1937) «The Birdcage» 1907
  8. 8. Jeanne-Elisabeth Chaudet (1767-1832)«A Young Girl a Bird Cage while tending to her Birds»
  9. 9. Pierre Oliver Joseph Coomans (1816-1889) «Her Favorite Pet»
  10. 10. Robert Payton Reid (1859-1945) “Love’s Messenger”
  11. 11. Francesco Vinea (1845-1902) «Favourite Friends»
  12. 12. François Boucher (1703-1770)«Portrait d’Alexandrine Jeanne Le Normand D’Etiolles.
  13. 13. Charles Spencelayh (1865-1958) «His First Grief» 1910
  14. 14. Jan Frederik Pieter Portielje (1829-1895) «Feeding the Bird»
  15. 15. Robert Gemmell Hutchison (1855-1936) «Come, Birdie, Come!»
  16. 16. William Hoggart
  17. 17. John Singer Sargent"Beatrice Goelet" 1890
  18. 18. Robert Gemmell Hutchison (1855 -1936) “The Pet Canary”
  19. 19. Vladimir Makovsky"Two Women, Nursing Birds" 1873
  20. 20. Jules Emile Saintin "Fair Shares"
  21. 21. Francisco Goya"Don Manuel Osorio Manrique de Zúniga"
  22. 22. Jean-Baptiste Greuze
  23. 23. Ryuu Shimazaki"Java Sparrow" 1912
  24. 24. Edouard J. Menta"Lady Feeding Birds"
  25. 25. Victor Marais-Milton (1872-1948) «His Pet»
  26. 26. John William Godward
  27. 27. Samuel S. Carr
  28. 28. Lancret Nicolas"The Bird Cage"
  29. 29. Harry Roseland"Watching the Blue Jay"
  30. 30. Charles Joseph Grips. (1825-1920)«Opportunity Makes a Thief» 1875
  31. 31. Joseph DeCamp "Blue Bird”
  32. 32. John Byam Liston Shaw "The Caged Bird"
  33. 33. Philip Hoyoll (1836-1875)«Put salt on their tails; so catch them» 1871
  34. 34. Caspar Netscher (1639 - 1684) «Boy with a Birdcage» 1665
  35. 35. Louis Joseph Caymans «The Birdcage» 1865
  36. 36. Armand Hubert Simon Leleux (1818-1885) "Interior with Woman and Bird Cage»
  37. 37. Ernesto Levorati (19th century)«Young girl carrying a basket of chickens» 1882
  38. 38. Elizabeth J. Gardner Bouguereau ( 1837-1922) «The Dove Fanciers»
  39. 39. Pieter Van der Werff (1665-1722)«Man with a Cat and a Birdcage, within an Arch»
  40. 40. Elizabeth J. Gardner Bouguereau (1837-1922) «La Becquee»
  41. 41. Pieter Van Der Werff (1665-1722)«Young Girl at the Window with a Parrot»
  42. 42. There is nothing in which the birds differ more from man than the way in which they can build and yet leave a landscape as it was before. Robert Lynd (1879 - 1949) No hay nada en la que las aves difieran más del hombre, como en la manera en que pueden construir y, aún así, dejar un paisaje como lo era antes. Robert Lynd (1879 - 1949)Música: Paganini Sonata (Duo) A minor for Violin & Guitar Op.2 Part 1

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