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While a student at the Royal Academy School in London Dicksee joined the Langham Sketching Club. From time to time the club met to sketch on certain designated subjects; one evening the subject was 'Music'. Pleased with his sketch, Dicksee decided render it as an oil painting. In 1877, under the title Harmony, it became his first picture exhibited at a Royal Academy exhibition. The painting (hung in a place of honour opposite Sir John Millais'
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  • Owner/Location: Tate Britain - London  (United Kingdom - London)
    Dates: 1877
    Artist age:Approximately 24 years old.
    Dimensions: Height: 157.5 cm (62.01 in.), Width: 94 cm (37.01 in.)
    Medium: Painting - oil on canvas
    Entered by: Member chris_mccormick on 07 December 2002.
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