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 Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel  (1881 - 1965)

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Lived/Active: Germany/Austria      Known for: animal drawings, painting

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Ludwig Heinrich Jungnickel was born in 1881 in Wundsiedel near the Fichtel Mountains, Austria.  He built a reputation as a painter of animal paintings.  He was educated at the Munich Academy of Applied Arts, then moved to Rome with his brother in 1897 and made a living selling his drawings.  He was educated in church painting at the Tanzenberg monastery near Klagenfurt, Austria.

He moved to Vienna in 1988, where he studied painting at the Academy of the Arts.  He was engaged by the chocolate manufacturer Stollwerck around 1900, creating a number of works for Stollwerck's collectible cards.  After spending a number of years in Vienna and Munich, he returned to the Academy of the Arts in Vienna in 1906 and became an employee of the Wiener Werkstätte.

He gained recognition with his stencil spray technique and achieved worldwide recognition with his colour woodcuts of animals.  Jungnickel was given Austrian citizenship in 1918, fled during the Second World War and returned only after 1952.  The artist's works are part of the graphic arts collection at the Albertina, Vienna.

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