Franz Liszt fantasizing at the piano / Franz Liszt am Flügel phantasierend (oder Eine Matinée bei Liszt)

painted by Josef Danhauser in 1840

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The painting was commisioned by Conrad Graf, a noted piano maker who also built the fortepiano in the picture. Others in the imagined gathering: Alexandre Dumas, George Sand, Marie d’Agoult; standing: Hector Berlioz or Victor Hugo, Niccolo Paganini and Gioachino Rossini.

A painting of Lord Byron on the wall, a bust of Beethoven on the piano and a statue of Joanne d’Arc on the far left.

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