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File:Adolph Menzel - Flötenkonzert Friedrichs des Großen in Sanssouci - Google Art Project.jpg

Title German: Flötenkonzert Friedrichs des Großen in Sanssouci
Flute Concert with Frederick the Great in Sanssouci
Deutsch: Mitte: Friedrich der Große; ganz rechts: Johann Joachim Quantz, des Königs Flötenlehrer; links von ihm mit Violine im dunklen Rock: Franz Benda; ganz links im Vordergrund: Gustav Adolf von Gotter; hinter ihm: Jakob Friedrich Freiherr von Bielfeld; hinter ihm, an die Decke schauend: Pierre-Louis Moreau de Maupertuis; in Hintergrund auf dem rosa Sofa sitzend: Wilhelmine von Bayreuth; zu ihrer rechten: Amalie von Preußen mit einer Hofdame; hinter ihnen: Carl Heinrich Graun; alte Dame hinter dem Notenständer: Gräfin Camas; hinter ihr: Egmont von Chasôt; am Cembalo: Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach.
Date from 1850 until 1852
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 142 cm (55.9 in). Width: 205 cm (80.7 in).
room 1.05
Source/Photographer Google Art Project: Home - pic Maximum resolution.
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