Rudolf Millonig comes from a family of artists; his brother Helmut Millonig is also a sculptor. Rudolf Millonig attended the arts and crafts school in Innsbruck and then studied for two semesters at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna with Franz Santifaller . Since 1950 he has lived as a freelance artist in Innsbruck. His works include mainly sacred sculptures such as statues, reliefs, altars and nativity figures.
- Reliquary of St. Pirmin, Jesuit Church , Innsbruck, 1954
- Franziskusbrunnen, Wattens , around 1955 (together with Helmut Millonig )
- Way of the Cross, Franciscan Church Reutte , 1970
- Christ corpus, Lechaschau parish church , 1977
- Central Cemetery Cross, Collenberg , 1984
- Notburga-Brunnen, Jenbach , 1985
- High altar and side altars, New Höttinger Parish Church, 1989–1991
- Sacrament altar , Aldrans parish church , 1990
- Equipment, St. Barbara, Marl , 1992
- High altar, Maria am Gestade , Innsbruck, 1992
- High and side altars, Maria Schmolln pilgrimage church , 1993
- Millonig, Rudolf . In: Hans Vollmer (Hrsg.): General Lexicon of Fine Artists of the XX. Century. tape 3 : K-P . EA Seemann, Leipzig 1956, p. 394 .
- Website by Rudolf Millonig
- Sacred artist Rudolf Millonig celebrates his 90th birthday. meinviertel.at from March 15, 2017.
- Jesuit Church of the Most Holy Trinity - Church leaders
- Moosbrugger, Schmid-Pittl: Laufbrunnen hl. Franziskus, Franziskusbrunnen. In: Tyrolean art register . Retrieved September 27, 2017 .
- Office of the Tyrolean provincial government, cultural department (ed.): Culture reports from Tyrol 2010. 62nd monument report. Innsbruck 2010, p. 40 ( PDF; 16.3 MB )
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Austrian sculptor|
|DATE OF BIRTH||March 23, 1927|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Hall in Tirol|