Product images of Emma Hamilton and Madame Bianchi seated at a square piano
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Emma Hamilton and Madame Bianchi seated at a square piano
Two ladies seen from behind are seated at a square piano on which is an open book of music and a candelabra with three branches containing lit candles. The slighter figure on the left seated on a chair is probably Madame Bianchi, and the larger figure seated on a stool is Emma Hamilton, if the annotation is correct. Madame Bianchi was an opera singer, the wife of the composer Francesco Bianchi (circa 1752-1810)
- Image reference: F4109-15
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Walter Collection