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File:Mozart drawing Doris Stock 1789.jpg


Image:Mozart drawing by Doris Stock 1789.jpg but without background artifacts

A bit more information: the medium of the drawing is called "silverpoint" (German "Silberstiftzeichnung", which is described in the English Wikipedia article Silverpoint. The drawing was made when Mozart visited the city of Dresden in April, 1789. Source: "Letter to the Editor: The Last Portraits of Mozart", by Otto Erich Deutsch, The Musical Times, Vol. 101, No. 1406. (Apr., 1960), p. 242. Stable URL:

Opus33 18:27, 29 August 2007 (UTC)


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