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    An evening with Schubert in a Vienna salon.In his engraving,Julius Schmidt has united everybody who was somebody in the Vienna of the 1830ties;Schubert and his friends singer Vogel,painters Kupelwieser and Schwind;poet Grillparzer,diarist Karoline Pichler etc.


    Franz Schubert (1797-1828) Oil on canvas

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    Franz Schubert's eyeglasses on the manuscript of the song-cycle "Gretchen am Spinnrad", written for Therese Grob. Franz Schuberts Brille auf dem Manuskript des Liederzyklus "Gretchen am Spinnrad", fuer Therese Grob komponiert.


    "Adam and Eve and the Fall",a charade played by the "Schubertians",the group of friends around Schubert, in Atzenbruck Castle near Vienna,1821. Inv. 18.752


    Schubert at the piano during a "Schubert Evening" in a Vienna salon. Oil (1897)


    Schubert at the piano. Oil on canvas (1899) Destroyed during World War II Photograph of a reproduction. 150 x 45.5 cm


    An evening at Baron Spaun's, Schubert at the piano, tenor Johann Michael Vogl next to him.Watercolour sketch. See also 25-01-02/35


    Society scene.Elegant Vienna society in Schubert's time,as drawn by Josef Danhauser.The painter was a frequent guest in the house of Baron Spaun,where he met Schubert. See 25-01-02/35,36.


    Franz Schubert (1797-1828) Watercolour 1825

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    Franz Schubert, Franz Lachner and the poet Eduard von Bauernfeld sampling the new wine in Grinzing, Vienna. From the "Lachnerrolle" a 12 m long strip with scenes from Lachner's life, including many scenes with Schubert.


    Illustrations for Schubert:Erlkoenig,Rosamunde, the fisher;lunette in the loggia of the Vienna State Opera,Tempera on canvas, 1869.


    Franz Schubert's eyeglasses on the manuscript of song "Gretchen am Spinnrad", written for Therese Grob (Portrait 25-01-02/9).


    Franz Schubert's eyeglasses on the manuscript of the song "Gretchen am Spinnrad", written for Therese Grob (Portrait 25-01-02/9).


    Outing of the "Schubertianer", Schubert's circle of friends. They are seen driving through the Lower Austrian countryside between Atzenbrugg and Aumuehl. Watercolour (1820)


    The apartment in Kettenbrueckengasse, Vienna, where Franz Schubert died in 1828. His reading glasses lie on the manuscript "Die Taubenpost" (Carrier-pigeons' Mail), the last of his Lieder.


    Stadtkonvikt in Vienna, the monastery-school where Schubert lived while a choir boy. Drawing by Franz Gerasch.

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    "Johann Michael Vogl and Franz Schubert marching to battle and victory". Michael Vogl was a tenor who peerformed many of Schubert's songs. Caricature, pencil


    Composer Franz Schubert (1797-1828).


    Autograph of Schubert's Symphony in C-major ("Die grosse C-Dur") together with Schubert's dedication to the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde (Society of the Friends of Music).


    Promenade in the Hinterbruehl Valley, a most popular excursion and vacation area south of Vienna. The Hinterbruehl Valley was one of Beethoven's favourite walks; Schubert hiked there with his friends. Watercolour (1818), 47 x 65 cm - Inv. 2482


    Schubert's father Franz Theodor (1763-1830) He was a school teacher in Liechtenthal, then a suburb of Vienna. Oil on canvas by his son Carl.

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    Zseliz Manor, Zeliezovce, Slovakia. Center: Zseliz Manor; center top: Schubert at the piano and Count Johann Karl Esterhazy's family; left: Franz Schubert's room; right: music room. Watercolour (1896)


    Johann Baptist Jenger, Anselm Huettenbrenner, and Franz Schubert (1827).


    An evening at Baron Spaun's, Schubert at the piano, tenor Johann Michael Vogl singing. Ink, sepia


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