A Musician

Technique: Giclée quality print
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In the painting, a young male musician in a golden yellow robe sits on the left, intent on tuning a lyre. Opposite him are two young women draped in flowing, classical robes, one in pink and the other in a mixed tone of pink and cream, suggesting a serene and delicate mood. The three figures are seated against an architectural backdrop adorned with classical motifs and plants, adding a touch of lushness to the tranquil setting. The interaction seems quietly intimate, with a focus on the musician's task, while the women appear engaged in a gentle, possibly contemplative moment.


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Albert Joseph Moore (1841-1893), son of portrait painter William Moore, was a British academic and classicist painter, known for draped female figures in luxurious and decadent settings. He was one of the leading artists of Aestheticism, a colourist with great sensitivity.