Beethoven, Mendelssohn, and others, which brought him great praise and substantial patronage,
and procured him the means to go to Munich, where he became a pupil of Piloty, in 1863.
He remained with Piloty until 1867, when he established a studio for himself in Munich, where he now
resides and works.
One of the well-known pictures of William Kray, suggested by his long
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