George Wunderlich was active/lived in Pennsylvania. George Wunderlich is known for history and landscape painting.
A painter known for a work shown in the mid 1850s in Philadelphia at the Assembly Building, George Wunderlich titled it Gigantic Illustrations of American History.
It was a 'moving picture' of 28,000 square feet, a 'mechanical illusion
depicting the major early events of the country's history from Columbus
to the American Revolution. The piece was operated by the brother
of the artist who used a steam engine. Viewers paid 25 cents.
Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art