Music is everywhere … It seems that it softens morals …
Indeed, it is found daily by sounds, painting, sculpture, decoration, design, …
Visual support or auditory support, everyday objects or objets d’art respond to music and music echoes them. Music has always been extremely linked to our daily lives, through the history of ancient and contemporary civilizations.
A vast repertoire! So good music feast to all!
I present here a selection of paintings, sculptures, interior decorations and everyday objects closely related to music, where mythology, religion, history, love, poetry and everyday life come together around music:
The lyreNoël Hallé (Paris, 1711 – Paris, 1781) 1761, oil on canvas (source: http://www.pedagogie.ac-nantes.fr/1330506921265/0/fiche___ressourcepedagogique/&RH=1212497677105)
The Anonymous Mount Parnassus, faience dish, 16th. , Urbino, Italy ( http://www.louvre.fr/work-notices/fond-de-plat-le-parnasse )
The banquet of the gods Hendrick Van Balen (1575-1632) circa 1606-1610, oil painting on copper
The Charles-Alphonse-Achille Gumery Dance (Paris, 1827 – id., 1871), before 1871, stone of the Vosges, 3.95 × 1.93 × 1.48 m (source: http: //www.culture.gouv .fr )
(source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olifant )
Johann Sebastian Bach by Fabio Reti (source: http://maisonarts.forumgratuit.org/t125p30-musique-musicians-in-peinture-sculpture )
Marc Georgeault ( http://www.sculpturebois.eu/index.html )
(source: http://fr.aliexpress.com )
(source: http: //www.cozybliss.com/interior-decor-blog/page/15/)