In the 1920s, Steinway & Sons of New York commissioned paintings of a number of Steinway Artists for piano advertisements. Shown here are Gounod, Grainger, Hofmann, Paderewski, and Rachmaninoff. (from the LaGuardia Archives of New York City)

23 November 2012 ·

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    lol Gounod’s face is like: “I had fun once. It was awful.”
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