Feathers in a Cage (Part 2 of 2)

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Augusto Volpini (1832-1911) «Daydreaming»

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George Elgar Hicks (1824-1914) «The Goldfinch» 1875

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British School «Portrait of a Boy Holding a Birdcage»

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George Henry Edwards (1883-1911) «The Songbird»

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Pierre Edouard Frere (1819-1886) «The Bird Trap»

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Pothast , Bernard (1882-1966) « A happy family»

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English School, 19th Century «A Mother and Child before a Birdcage»

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Frederick Rondel (1826-1892) «His Favorite Pet» 1883

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John Linnell (1792-1882) «The Young Brood»

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William Shayer the Elder (1787-1879) «A Rest on the May to Market»

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Continental School (19th Century) «Figures in an Alcove; The Serenade»

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William Bromley (1835-1888) «The Birdcage»

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Desiree Oscar Leopold van Frankenberg (1822-1907) «Love Birds»

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Emanuel Stockler (1819-1893) «A Window»

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Hermann Armin Kern (1839-1912) «The Bachelor's Home»

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Jerry Barrett (British, 1824-1906) «A Lady with a Canary in an Interior»

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French School, 19th Century «The Birdcage»

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Henry B. Roberts (1832-1915) «The Due»

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An attractive English porcelain plaque by S Woodhouse (1839)

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Edmund Adler (1876-1965) «His Pet Canary»

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Michael Arnoux (1833-1877) «Girl with Bird»

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Pompeo Massani (1850 - 1920) «A Just Reward for a Cheery Tune»

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Paul Seignac (1826-1904) «A Morsel for the Bird»

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Hermann Armin Kern (1839-1912) «Now Sing for your Supper»

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Joseph Mayr-Castellbell (1821-1893) «The Bird Seller»

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Hermann Armin Kern (1839-1912) «Feathered Friends»

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Meno Muhlig (1823-1873) «In der Dachkammer» 1860

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William  Bromley (1835-1888) «A Caring Hand»

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Follower of Willem van Mieris «A boy in a feigned niche holding a cage with a song bird»

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Nils Andersson (1817-1865) “The name is not know”

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Otto Eerelman (1839-1926) «In the Greenhouse»

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Richard Edward Miller (1875-1943) «Mimi. Woman in a green dress» 1913

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George Francis Joseph (1764-1846) «A Beautiful Girl at a Balcony»

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Follower of Francois Boucher «An interior with a girl letting a dove out of its cage»

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Bernardus Johannes Blommers (1845-1914) «Where are the pigeons: The pretty bird»

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Charles Petit (1896) «The Yellow Canary»

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Adolphe Joseph Thomas Monticelli (Marseille 1824-1886) «The Empress Eugenie and her Attendants»

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Viktor Safronov "Solitude" 1999

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John Michael Carter «Yellow canary»

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Música: Canción para los pájaros (Los Jaivas ). Garabatos_2002 ( a.s.b. ) 2012 A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song. ( Chinese Proverb ) Un pájaro no canta porque tenga una respuesta . Canta porque tiene una canción . (Proverbio chino)

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