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English: Portrait of Edvard Grieg, looking left. Carte de visite with signature: the portrait was published in The Leisure Hour (1889). An engraving of it was made by T. Johnson and published in The Century (1894).
Deutsch: Poträt mit Edvard Grieg, nach links blickend. Visitenkartenporträt mit Unterschrift.
Date March 1888
Source Immediate image source: Bergen Off. Bibliotek: Griegsamlingen, image #0241950 (Warning: the site has misidentified the photograph; see the cabinet card version page for details of actual origin.)
Author Elliott & Fry: Joseph John Elliott (1835–1903) and Clarence Edmund Fry (1840–1897).


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  1. "Edvard Grieg" in (1889) The Leisure Hour (Volume 38 ed.), London: 56 Paternoster Row, pp. p. 336
  2. Mason, William (March 1894). " Edvard Grieg". The Century: A Popular Quarterly 47 (5): 705. New York, N.Y.: The Century Company. Retrieved on 2011-01-25.
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