RMAM0FNA–Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi Bust(Le Roncole, Busseto, 10 October 1813 – Milan, 27 January 1901)
RMK0R7XR–VERDI with his opera characters 1893 Italian composer (1813-1901)
RMA2W704–Municipal theatre Giuseppe Verdi
RMG16EJ4–Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi (October 9 or 10 1813 - January 27, 1901) was an Italian Romantic composer primarily known for his operas. He dominated the Italian opera scene after the eras of Bellini, Donizetti and Rossini. His works are frequently p
RMH9K613–Giuseppe Verdi - Italian Compositor
RMHDMNP9–Act1 scene2 Macbeth by Verdi at the Théâtre Lyrique 1865 (press illustration)
RME8FBEM–Portrait of Giuseppe Verdi. Artist: Boldini, Giovanni (1842-1931)
RMD0CFHC–ITALY TRIESTE GUISEPPE VERDI STATUE
RMRJY4FE–GIUSEPPE VERDI (1813-1901) Italian opera composer in a painting where he contemplates his opera Otello
RM2B8744W–hymn of nations poster, giuseppe Verdi
RMG38GA7–VERDI & BOITO AT PIANO
RM2A17MAY–Giuseppe Verdi by Giovanni Boldini, 1886 Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi (1813 – 1901) Italian opera composer.
RMAYP7YC–Prague State Opera Verdi Aida performance sept 2006
RM2A25X8C–Photograph of Giuseppe Verdi (1813 – 1901); Italian opera composer
RMFW5H3E–Statue of Verdi, erected 1913, in Róncole, near Parma, birth house of Giuseppe Verdi, Italian composer of opera
RMGDJB7D–Verdi. Portrait of the Italian composer, Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1900) by Ferdinand Mulnier, c.1870-1880.
RME7A2RB–Giuseppi Verdi (1813-1901), Italian Opera Composer, Portrait, Postcard
RME115P3–Jan. 01, 1976 - 75th Anniversary Of The Death Of Guiseppe Verdi: 75 years ago, on January 27th 1901, the famous Italian Composer Guiseppe Verdi (picture) died on the age of 87 in Milan. Guiseppe Verdi became the most important representative of the Italian opera in the second half of the 19th century. His education was mainly promoted by A. Barazzi and was completed with V. Lavigna in Milan. After having been a conductor in Bussete, he composed his first opera in 1839 - three years later he had his first big success with ''Nabucco''
RMW7CFC0–Vilhelm Herold (1865-1937) as Radamès in Opera Aida by Giuseppe Verdi, .
RMK9FCTT–Italy Giuseppe Verdi
RM2KNGXAX–GIUSEPPE VERDI (1813-1901) Italian operatic composer conducting the Paris Opera premiere of AIDA in 1880
RM2B8701W–lulu, the little dog of giuseppe Verdi
RM2A17M8B–Giuseppe Verdi by Giovanni Boldini, 1886 Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi (1813 – 1901) Italian opera composer. Verdi in Russia
RMF574BG–The Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi
RM2A25B6N–Cover of a music score for 'Aida' the 1871 opera by Guiseppe Verdi. Circa 1895
RMFW5NCR–Verdi bust, Venice; bust of Italian opera composer Giuseppe Verdi, whose woks were staged at the Fenice theatre, and whose opera Otello is set in Venice. In the gardens of the Giardini Pubblici, Castello district.
RMGDW8FP–Giuseppe Verdi. Portrait of the Italian composer, Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi (1813-1900), by Ferdinand Mulnier, c.1870.
RMD2T05R–1890 engraving, Italy - The Mayor of Genoa Presenting a Commemorative Medal to Verdi.
RMK2YC45–VERDI. Titlepage of 'Rigoletto' (for voice and piano) Italian composer (1813-1901)
RMA2MD1B–Monument to Verdi
RMMPR5D0–'Giuseppe Verdi 1813-1901. - Gemälde von Michel', 1934. Artist: Unknown.
RMJH94B3–Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901). Italian composer. Engraving by Rico in The Spanish and American Illustration, 19th century.
RMEDXN6R–Giuseppe Fortunino Francesco Verdi 1813 – 1901 ( Romantic composer primarily known for his operas ) 1886 Boldini Giovanni 1842-1931 Italy Italian
RM2A6052C–Half-length portrait of Giacomo Puccini. An Italian composer whose operas are among the most important operas played as standards, Puccini has been called 'the greatest composer of Italian opera after Verdi'.
RMW7CF91–Adalgisa Gabbi (1857-1933) as Desdemona in Opera Otello by Giuseppe Verdi, .
RMH2HG4M–Italy Emilia Romagna Busseto Piazza Giuseppe Verdi
RMBK9XHM–GIUSEPPE VERDI - Italian composer (1813-1901)
RMC5NGCJ–Giuseppe Verdi in the garden of Villa Sant'Agata, 1900
RM2J6K93X–Giuseppe Verdi vintage poster etching lithograph conducting the Paris Opera premiere of his magnificent Aida (sung in French) at the Palais Garnier on 22 March 1880. Paris France
RMF6PKTX–The Italian composer and musician Giuseppe Verdi
RMKCER0M–Portrait of Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) an Italian opera composer. Dated 19th Century
RMFW5H2J–Ara’ (monument) of Verdi (Italian unification), Italian opera composer, rear panel “Viva Verdi”. Monument in central Parma (near Verdi's place of birth, Le Roncole, and his later home at Busseto) celebrating Verdi the composer and his part in the struggle for Italian unification.
RFCNXY48–Giuseppe Francesco Fortunino Verdi (1813-1901) was an Italian Romantic composer, who became famous for his operas
RM2G3M1GX–theatre / theater, opera, 'Falstaff', by Giuseppe Verdi, libretto: Arrigo Boito, ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT HAS NOT TO BE CLEARED
RM2C9XR2T–Portrait of popular prima donna 'Madame Patti'. (aka Baroness Cederström) Adelina Juana Maria Patti 1843-1919 was an Italian 19th-century opera singer,who earned enormous fees during her career as she toured the music capitals of Europe & America. Her talent was widely appreciated & the composer Giuseppe Verdi, writing in 1877, described her as being perhaps the finest singer who had ever lived. A shrewd business woman, Patti demanded demanded to be paid $5000 a night, in gold, before each performance at the height of her career and saw out her final days in luxury in her 'Craig-y-Nos' Castle
RMK0R8RW–VERDI. Aida - Final scene, 1872 Sketch in 'Mondo Artistico'
RMA2MD21–Statue of Verdi
RMCNF43P–Bust of Verdi by Ettore Ferrari, 1907, near the Horticultural Center, Philadelphia. Bronze.
RMHT7DGB–Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901). Italian opera composer. His childhood home at Le Roncole. Engraving. 'La Ilustracion Artistica', 1901.