Les harpistes aka Les Mademoiselles d’Orléans. Jean-Antoine-Théodore Giroust (French, 1753-1817). Oil on canvas. The girl, age 14, playing the harp is Louise Marie Adélaide Eugènie d’Orléans, the daughter of the Duc d’Orléans. She wears the Phrygian hat, a symbol of the French revolution. The harp teacher is Madame de Genlis, celbrated harpist, writer, educator and governess. Turning the pages is la belle Pamela, Madame de Genlis’ adopted (or possibly actual) daughter.