Half-length portrait lithograph by Francis Davignon [D'Avignon] after a daguerrotype by P. Haas of the pianist in formal dress on the cover of his "Postillon Polka," the 7-page score of which is included
L'Enragé Musicien. Lithograph by Bourdin after Robert William Buss including a trombonist, double bass, music stand, etc., with a portrait of Handel ("Gorge Hanel") above the mantle looking askance at the theatrical parlour scene unfolding before him, the clock reading 2:30 a.m.
Musiciens de la Chapelle. M. Montaugibet, premier Trompette. aiv: Ah! le bel oiseau maman. Lithograph by Benard after Charles Joseph Traviès de Villers depicting a rather large gentleman in formal dress, half-length, playing a tiny toy trumpet, music in hand
Les Bonnes Têtes Musicales. No. 8. Un orchestre de théâtre, pendant le dialogue. A humorous print depicting three theatre musicians (two violinists and one keyboard player) apparently asleep on the job. Lithograph by Fréderic Bouchot (1798-1850)
Striking original photograph by the highly distinguished Armenian-born Canadian photographer Yousuf Karsh (1908-2002) depicting Weill seated at his desk, pencil in hand, with a score of Street Scene, considered to be Weill's "official portrait." Ca. 1946