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LL/57092
Cromer's Amateur (French)
Neapolitan Street Musicians
1850 (ca)
Daguerreotype, 1/6 plate
8.3 x 7.0 cm
 
George Eastman Museum
1976:0168:0064
 
LL/57092

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LL/47568
Hermann Krone
Three Pifferari, Dresden
1855
Salted paper print
24.4 x 21.8 cm
 
Museum Ludwig
http://www.zeno.org/nid/20001881574
 
LL/47568

2 of 21
LL/68874
Charles Nègre
[Group of Three Italian Street Musicians in front of 21, Quai Bourbon, Paris]
1854 (ca, taken) 1982, April (print)
Heliogravure
14.4 x 11 cm (5 11/16 x 4 5/16 ins)
 
J. Paul Getty Museum
Object Number: 84.XM.692.13
 
LL/68874

3 of 21
LL/73871
Unidentified photographer
[Three Men in Shepherd Attire, One with Bagpipes, the Other Two Holding Bread]
1850s
Daguerreotype
7 x 5.7 cm (2 3/4 x 2 1/4 in.) (image)
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Bequest of Herbert Mitchell, 2008, Accession Number: 2015.400.95
 
LL/73871

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LL/67317
Carlo Naya
Pifferaro avec son instrument, Italie
1870 (ca)
Albumen print
25 x 19,5 cm
 
Ader Nordmann
2 June 2016, Lot: 78
 
LL/67317

5 of 21
LL/68635
Naya & Schoefft
Le zampognaro - evirons de Rome (Dudelsackpfeiffer in der Nähe von Rom)
[L'Italie pittoresque, plate 114]
1875 (before)
Albumen print, printed mount
 
Austrian National Library - Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Inventory number: FKB *2886, 114
 
LL/68635

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LL/68634
Naya & Schoefft
Le jeune pifferaja - environs de Terracine (Junger Pfeiffenspieler bei Terracina)
[L'Italie pittoresque, plate 112]
1875 (before)
Albumen print, printed mount
 
Austrian National Library - Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Inventory number: FKB *2886, 112
 
LL/68634

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LL/67052
Charles Nègre
Pifférari Assis, Italian Street Musicians (in the Courtyard, 21 Quai de Bourbon)
1853
Albumen print
20.5 x 15.7 cm (sheet)
 
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
 
LL/67052

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LL/75714
Unidentified photographer
[Man with bagpipes]
1863 (ca)
Albumen print, with applied color
 
George Eastman Museum
Gift of Eastman Kodak Company, ex-collection Gabriel Cromer, 1976.0051.0003
 
LL/75714

9 of 21
LL/67321
Wilhelm von Gloeden
Garçon à la flute
1900 (ca)
Albumen print
22,1 x 17 cm
 
Ader Nordmann
2 June 2016, Lot: 83
 
LL/67321

10 of 21
LL/55630
Unidentified photographer
Members of a brass band
1850s
Daguerreotype, 1/2 plate
 
Swann Galleries - New York
Courtesy of Swann Galleries (Auction, Oct 17, 2014, #2361, Lot 5)
 
LL/55630

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LL/61823
Unidentified photographer
a Union musician posed with a large over-the-shoulder cornet and wearing a slouch hat with 19th Infantry Insignia
1861-1865 (ca)
Albumen print
5.5 x 6.75 in. (overall)
 
Cowan Auctions, Inc
American History: Timed Auction - 26 October 2015, lot: 41
 
LL/61823

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LL/23923
Herman Leonard
Louis Armstrong, Paris
1960 (taken, later print)
Gelatin silver print
16 x 20 in
 
OMC Gallery for Contemporary Art
 
LL/23923 [Further details available]

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LL/27015
Mikhail Kudish
Morning warm-up
[Circus]
n.d.
 
Provided by the artist - Mikhail Kudish
 
LL/27015

14 of 21
LL/2861
Herb Snitzer
Dizzy Gillespie (Blowing Horn)
1959
 
Barry Singer Gallery
 
LL/2861

15 of 21
LL/23918
William Claxton
Charlie "Bird" Parker, La Cresenta
1951 (taken, later print)
Gelatin silver print
20 x 16 in
 
OMC Gallery for Contemporary Art
 
LL/23918 [Further details available]

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LL/69071
Robert Frank
Political Rally, Chicago
1956 (taken) 1970s (print)
Silver print
11 3/8 x 7 1/4 ins (28.9 x 18.4 cm) (image) 14 x 11 ins (35.6 x 27.9 cm) (sheet)
 
Swann Galleries - New York
Auction, October 25, 2016, #2426, Lot 250
 
LL/69071

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LL/81090
Dave Heath
Untitled
1956
Gelatin silver print
8 7/16 x 5 5/8 ins (21.43 x 14.29 cm) (image)
 
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Gift of the Hall Family Foundation, Object number: 2005.37.347.43
 
LL/81090

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LL/21989
Leo Touchet
Musicians Leading Second-Line at a New Orleans Jazz Funeral
[New Orleans Jazz Funerals]
1969-1971
Gelatin silver print
 
Provided by the artist - Leo Touchet
Copyright © 2007 Leo Touchet
 
LL/21989 [Further details available]

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LL/71726
Louis Faurer
"Happy," Cantrell St., South Philadelphia, Pa.
1937
Gelatin silver print
11 3/8 x 9 1/16 ins (28.9 x 23 cm) (sheet)
 
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Purchased with the Alice Newton Osborn Fund, 1991, Accession Number: 1991-22-2, © Estate of Louis Faurer/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
 
LL/71726

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LL/20542
William Coupon
Dizzy Gillispie
n.d.
Archival inkjet print
Various sizes
 
Provided by the artist - William Coupon
 
LL/20542

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