Artistic Merit In A `present-tense Culture` 2

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Crow , et . al , 1998 , pp .80-82 . De Goya lavished on his newfound fame , extolling the happiness of the times through his early works , while from the other side of the world Mozart toured Europe , composing masterpieces that provoked standing ovations but with little pecuniary reward . In his trip to Paris , he composed a magnificent concerto for a nobleman , Duc de Guines and music lessons for his daughter , and for his pains was only paid three louis d 'or (at approximately...