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Leopold Robert, Arrivee Des Moissonneurs Dans les Marais Pontins Paris, Louvre

Robert, Pifferari devant une Madone Vevey, Musee des Beaux-Arts. 1829

Friedrich Wasmann, Der Dudelsackpfeifer, Hamburg, Kunsthalle 1833

Hieronymus Hess, I zampognari Basel, Kupferstichkabinett. etching. (1819)

The source of this image attributes this to Joseph Nash, titled The Pifferari playing hymns to the Madonna, 19th century. I believe it was first done by Sir David Wilkie but I'll check.

Pietro d'Asaro (detto "il Monocolo di Racalmuto"), Orfeo (ca. 1609). Palermo
Here we start pictures of Zampognas

This comes from a rare children's book printed 1892. I don't know the name or title (came off eBay), some idiot ripped it out of its original book.

I just found this one on eBay also and I believe it goes to the same book. If anyone knows for sure, please let me know!

Paolo Monaldi, Landscape with the Canofiena Milan, Alemagna Collection

Giovanni Michele Graneri, Bagpiper Player Turin, private collection

Jan Miel, Carnival In Piazza Colonna detail. Hartford, Wadsworth Atheneum

J.A. Koch, Landschaft bei Olevano mit Zug tanzender Landleute (1823/24) Oil on canvas, Basel, Offentliche Kunstsammlung, Kunstmuseum

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