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The Woman with a Tambourine, 1790s
The Woman with a Tambourine, 1790s. Observed by Punchinello and friends, a centaur is subdued by a maiden?s musical charms. Rendered touchingly vulnerable, the creature lies with its head on the girl?s lap. One of the simplest instruments, the tambourine was typically played by itinerant musicians?nymphs, vagabonds, seducers?and was traditionally considered the quintessential attribute of the outsider, an aspect reinforced in the 20th century by Bob Dylan?s Mr. Tambourine Man.
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