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Deutsch: Georg I. von Großbritannien gemeinsam mit Georg Friedrich Händel (links) auf einer Bootsfahrt auf der Themse
English: Painting of George Frideric Handel (left, with right arm extended) with King George I of Great Britain, traveling by barge on the Thames River while musicians play in the background. The painting is an artist's rendering of the first performance of Handel's Water Music in 1717.
Date 19th century
Source P.M. History. Januar 2006, S. 29.
Author Edouard Jean Conrad Hamman (1819-1888)

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