Karl Sebastian Flacker

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High altar
Magnificat pulpit

Karl Sebastian flicker (also: Plag , Plack or Plackh * 1679 in Vienna , † 22. March 1746 in Glatz ) was an Austrian sculptor of the Baroque .


Flacker was already widowed when he married on February 2, 1706 in Glatz. There he ran a sculptor's workshop and probably worked primarily on the design of churches in the County of Glatz . Michael Klahr the Elder was one of his students . Ä. Presumably he also worked with the sculptor Michael Kössler , who was also working in Glatz at the same time . Through his artistic work, Karl Sebastian Flacker is known as the most important sculptor in the Glatzer country.



Individual evidence

  1. The medieval stone bridge ( Memento from September 23, 2015 in the Internet Archive ) citywalk.info.