Carl Pietzner  produced this wonderful portrait of two children posing at his Olmutz, Austria studio. The kids are adorable. Big sister is holding her sibling’s hand who has a smile wider than the Danube River. The reverse of the photograph has a printed advertisement for the studio that states “Jnhaber: Adolf Muller”. Thanks to google translation, the entry indicates that Mr. Muller was the owner of the studio. It seems to indicate that Pietzner is the photographer but not the owner of the studio. Perhaps a knowledgeable visitor to the cabinet card gallery can clarify this issue.  To learn more about Pietzner and to view more of his photographs, click on the category “Photographer: Pietzner”.

Published in: on May 11, 2013 at 12:01 am  Comments (4)  
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  1. Such charming innocence. – Today they’d be holding I-pods and screaming while they run through a mall.

  2. That’s just adorable. The way the scene is composed they almost look like they are miniature dolls posed on the arm of a normal sized couch.

  3. I love old photos of children. Such trust and innocence on their little faces.

  4. Adolf Müller was succesor of Pietzner.There is written on the lower border – Carl Pietzners Nachf(olger). Olmütz is a german name for the town Olomouc in Czech republic.

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