Josef Schmitzberger

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Josef Schmitzberger (born January 28, 1851 in Munich ; † after 1936 there ) was a German hunting, animal and landscape painter.

After an apprenticeship with his father, a gemstone cutter , he attended the Royal School of Applied Arts in Munich . He then studied from May 4, 1868 at the Royal Academy of Arts in Munich .

After completing his studies, he worked as a hunting, animal and landscape painter in Munich. He exhibited his works in the Munich Glass Palace . His pictures also often appeared in the “ Gazebo ”. Schmitzberger was a member of the Munich artists' cooperative .

In Herrenchiemsee Palace , he made animal pictures for the ceiling of the blue salon.


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