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Music by Raphael Collin.
...we would call attention to the ornamental panel by Raphael Collin, which we have engraved (page 424), and which illustrates with much classic feeling and grace the idea of “Music” (7,246). There is a quality of refinement about this picture by no means so common in mural decoration as we could wish to see it. (part of an account of the Salon of 1880 written by John Forbes-Robertson; p. 427)
One woman sings from a sheet of music, and another accompanies her onthe harp; both are under the shelter of a tree. They wear classical gowns that leave one shoulder bare, and are barefoot, but they have flowers worked into their hair.