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The so-called "Edlinger Mozart" was painted by Johann (Josef) Georg Edlinger (1741-1819), presumably 1790 in Munich (Germany). Today it is displayed in the Berliner Gemäldegalerie, Berlin, in Germany. The authenticity of this portrait has not been proven. The painting's history from its origin until 1934 is still a matter of ongoing research. It is uncertain, however, if this part of its history can ever be clarified. Despite of this problem, the painting has attracted much attention because of its high artistic quality and because of being a strong candidate for the last portrait of the composer.

The state of research on December 3, 2006, was as follows:

  • Schenk (1981) identified the painting as a work of Edlinger.
  • Michaelis and Seiller (2000) reported empirical evidence supporting the hypothesis that the portrait shows W.A. Mozart.
  • Bauer (2005) published some archival material to support his hypothesis that the portrait might show the Munich merchant and city councillor Joseph Anton Steiner.
  • Braun and Michaelis (2006) reported evidence challenging the hypothesis by Bauer (2005) [1].

See also: face only and diskussion on identical image Image:Mozart 1790.jpg


References:

  • Bauer, Richard. Der "Berliner Mozart" - Notwendiger Widerspruch gegen eine Weltsensation. Acta Mozartiana 2005 [2].
  • Michaelis, Rainer, and Seiller, Wolfgang. Ein unbekanntes Bildnis Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarts in der Berliner Gemäldegalerie. Mozart-Jahrbuch 1999 des Zentralinstitutes für Mozartforschung der Internationalen Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg. Bärenreiter, Kassel, 2000, 1-12.
  • Michaelis, Rainer. Das Mozartportrait von Johann Georg Edlinger (1741-1819) in der Berliner Gemäldegalerie. In: Gemäldegalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (Ed.), Das Mozartportrait in der Berliner Gemäldegalerie. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin 2006a, pp. 9-18.
  • Michaelis, Rainer. Das Mozartportrait in der Berliner Gemäldegalerie. In: Keller, P., Kircher, A. (Eds.), Zwischen Himmel und Erde - Mozarts geistliche Musik: Catalogue incl. CD, 256 pages. Verlag Schnell & Steiner, Regensburg 2006b, pp. 70-74.
  • Schenk, Rolf. Der Porträtmaler Johann Georg Edlinger. Monographie und Werkskatalog, Uni-Druck, München 1983, ISBN 3-87821-181-3, zugl.: München Univ. Diss. 1981.
  • Hagedorn, Volker (2005). "Ist es Mozart oder nicht?", Die Zeit, 2005-06-09

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