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English: Photograph of bust statue of Ludwig van Beethoven by Hugo Hagen
Français : Photographie du buste de Ludwig Van Beethoven réalisé par Hugo Hagen (1818-1871) et exposé au Beethoven-Hauss Museum de Bonn.
Türkçe: Ludwig van Beethoven'ın büstü
Date Photographed 1898
Source Library of Congress
Contrairement à une erreur fréquemment répandue le buste a été réalisé par Hugo Hagen, non pas à partir du masque mortuaire mais, comme de nombreux autres, d'après le masque réalisé en 1812 par Franz Klein pour un buste qu'il devait réaliser ensuite.
Author W.J. Baker (held the expired copyright on the photograph)


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