Mór Adler (1826 in Óbuda – 1902 in Budapest) was a Hungarian painter. Adler, who had a Jewish background, was one of the pioneers of Hungarian painting. Best known for his portraiture and still life paintings which he executed in a fine realistic manner.
He stood out as a student of some merit at the Weisenberger school of graphic art, from where he went to the Vienna Academy. There he was taught by Ender and Kupelwieser, the then well known historical and religious painters, between 1842 and 1845. He supported himself with drawings of medical subjects for a doctor at a general hospital.
He then travelled to Munich to study the works of Zimmermann and Schnorr von Carolsf
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