Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Pianos


The piano keys are black and white but they sound like a million colors in your mind.

– Maria Cristina Mena


Erard Grand Piano, 1905


Fazioli M Liminal Piano by NYT Line


Steinway & Sons Louis XV-style Giltwood Grand Piano


The Casablanca Piano


Blüthner Lucid Hive Grand Piano


Boulle Upright Piano


Kawai GL-10 Grand Piano


Gebrüder Knake Renaissance Revival Piano


Boganyi Grand Piano


Liberace Baldwin Grand Piano


Graham Piano, 1872

Sunday Evening Art Gallery Blog — Harps

The Harp that once through Tara’s halls

  The soul of music shed,


Now hangs as mute on Tara’s walls

  As if that soul were fled.


So sleeps the pride of former days,

  So glory’s thrill is o’er,


And hearts, that once beat high for praise,

  Now feel that pulse no more.

No more to chiefs and ladies bright

  The harp of Tara swells:

The chord alone, that breaks at night,

Its tale of ruin tells.


Thus Freedom now so seldom wakes,

  The only throb she gives,

Is when some heart indignant breaks,

  To show that still she lives.


Thomas Moore (1779–1852)