His most famous works in Munich include the memorial to the blacksmith von Kochel (1906–1910) in Lindwurmstrasse in Sendling and the Allegory of Fantasy , also: Rider on a Rising Horse (1907/1908) in Bavariapark in the Schwanthalerhöhe district . Ebbinghaus worked with the Munich architect Carl Sattler on the Sendlinger Fountain Monument and later several times .
As an early member of the German Association of Artists , Ebbinghaus can already be found in the list of members of the 3rd annual exhibition in the Grand Ducal Museum Weimar in 1906 , where he showed the bronze sculpture The Giant and a silver statuette. In 1906 and 1908 he exhibited in the Kunsthalle Bremen .
In the 1920s, Ebbinghaus lived in Berlin-Dahlem (now part of Berlin-Schmargendorf ; Rheinbabenallee 44) in a house built by Alfred Breslauer & Paul Salinger . During his time in Berlin, Ebbinghaus was assigned to the Free Secession Berlin .
Ebbinghaus' bust head of Minerva can also be found on the institute building of the former Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Anthropology, Human Heredity and Eugenics in Berlin-Dahlem, built between 1926 and 1927 (today used by the Otto Suhr Institute of the Free University of Berlin) referred to as the goddess Athena wearing a helmet , for whom the popular actress Henny Porten is said to have sat as model.
As a medalist, Ebbinghaus created the first version of the Karmarsch commemorative coin donated in 1925 by the Hannoversche Hochschulgemeinschaft (today: Leibniz Universitätsgesellschaft Hannover eV). Coins created by him can regularly be found in stores.
- Ebbinghaus' personal file of the Berlin State Management of the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts is documented in the Berlin State Archives:
Berlin State Archive, Findbuch A Rep. 243-04 Reich Chamber of Fine Arts - Berlin State Management ; landesarchiv-berlin.de (PDF; 3.6 MB) p. 260, no. 1701.
- Ebbinghaus, Karl . In: Ulrich Thieme (Hrsg.): General Lexicon of Fine Artists from Antiquity to the Present . Founded by Ulrich Thieme and Felix Becker . tape 10 : Dubolon – Erlwein . EA Seemann, Leipzig 1914, p. 290–291 ( Text Archive - Internet Archive ).
- Frida Schottmüller : Small bronzes by Carl Ebbinghaus. In: Art for All . 32nd year 1916/17, issue 11/12, March 1917, pp. 216–220 ( uni-heidelberg.de and other images on pp. 221–225).
- Ebbinghaus, Karl . In: Hans Vollmer (Hrsg.): General Lexicon of Fine Artists of the XX. Century. tape 2 : E-J . EA Seemann, Leipzig 1955, p. 2 .
- Newspaper report from the laying of the foundation stone for the monument
- s. exhibiting sculptors in the catalog of the 3rd German Association of Artists Exhibition. Weimar 1906. p. 31: Ebbinghaus, Carl, Munich. Catalog number 305, 306 Textarchiv - Internet Archive
- Contents of the exhibition catalogs 1900-1949 ( Memento from June 12, 2007 in the Internet Archive )
- Ebbinghaus, C. In: Berliner Adreßbuch , 1927, part 4, Dahlem, p. 1481. “Rheinbabenallee 44”.
- Secession catalog
Chronicle of the Free University of Berlin ;
Marika Bent: Dahlem contrasts. Ihnestrasse 22. In: Berliner Zeitung . October 12, 2009.
- Statute of the Memorial Coin ( Memento of July 9, 2007 in the Internet Archive ), sentence 5.
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Ebbinghaus, Karl|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German sculptor and medalist|
|DATE OF BIRTH||June 2, 1872|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Hamburg|
|DATE OF DEATH||October 29, 1950|
|Place of death||Neuburg am Inn Castle|