Caroline Auguste Brooch


Enamel picture pin concerning the work “ Women of Salzburg”,
oval 3.7 x 2.6 cm, in jewel case;
Edition of 1,000, signature engraved

28,00 €
(incl. VAT plus shipping cost)

The portrait pin appeared at the “Irene Andessner – Frauen zu Salzburg” [Women of Salzburg] exhibition in the Museum Carolino Augusteum (today: Museum Salzburg). For this exhibition the artist produced self-portraits after historical portraits of famous Salzburg woman: Mozart’s widow Constanze, Mozart’s sister Nannerl, “Hundsgräfin” [hound countess] Emilia Viktoria Kraus, painter Barbara Krafft and empress Caroline Auguste. As widow of Emperor Franz I the Habsburg empress lived mainly in Salzburg, where she was highly popular on account of her social involvement. 

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