There are portraits focussing mainly on landscapes (and funnily enough none of t he areas made barren by too much magical fighting, they seem to have been forgotten about for some reason). The Queen doesn’t have much time for music though fanfares accompany her wherever so she goes so that may affect her attitude to brass band music.
The populace at large know what they like. There are some galleries and libraries in the larger villages and towns though, as with other worlds, it does tend to be the la-di-da that visit them most.
Music is developing in the Kingdom. There is a growing awareness of the need to get away from the harp playing image and to prove the Kingdom can produce other styles of music. Guitars and pianos, the idea imported from earth, are starting to catch on and the Queen has encouraged recitals to be held in the larger settlements. She has even attended a few. The Council aren’t sure they approve, L’Evallier is downright sniffy about it, but the Queen’s favour means the musicians are safe.
Elves have taken to the new music well. Much to everybody’s surprise so have the dwarves and sprites. Most assumed these groups’ contribution to culture was pretty limited. Musical style is mainly classical or light pop. Rock and roll is still several centuries away from coming in here. The Queen is also keen to encourage her subjects to develop their own musical instruments. After all her subjects vary in terms of the number of limbs they have and fine motor skills so musical instruments need to reflect that. Nobody has yet taken up the challenge.