Frederic Chopin (1810-1849)
Born in Poland, Frederic Francois Chopin was a pianist, teacher, and composer whose lyrical piano works constituted the expressive height of romanticism. A child prodigy, he performed across Europe, then settled in Paris, where he died of tuberculosis at a young age. Chopin's twenty-four preludes, numerous sonatas, etudes, nocturnes and other forms established the piano as a solo instrument. An unidentified artist created this engraving, published by Charles Jacotin in Paris.
- 1875 circa 15 years
- Original Format:
- Carte de Visite
- Charles Jacotin (Paris)
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