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File:Wolfgang-amadeus-mozart 2.jpg


Artist Anonymous, possibly by Pietro Antonio Lorenzoni (1721-1782)
Title The Boy Mozart
English: Infos: Painting commissioned by Leopold Mozart. Mozart is six years old. Both children are in court costumes given to them in 1762 at the Imperial Court in Vienna. The painter executed these by first painting the surroundings and clothing, and only then having the children pose.
Español: Retrato encargado por Leopold Mozart. Mozart tiene seis años. Ambos niños llevan vestidos de corte, las cual recibieron de la Corte Imperial en Viena. El pintor hizo estas imágenes pintando primeramente las alrededores y la ropa. Después posaban los niños para el retrato.
Date 1763
Medium oil
Mozarteum, Salzburg
Source/Photographer; Portrait owned by the Mozarteum, Salzburg


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