Wilhelm Karl Juncker
Wilhelm Karl Juncker was born as the son of the butcher Johann Zacharias Juncker.
He initially worked in Wenden as a room painter. From 1843 to 1848 Juncker studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden . After the Dresden May Uprising , he went on a one-year study trip to Antwerp .
Back in Dresden, Wilhelm Karl Junker worked as a freelance portrait painter, where he owned a studio at Waisenhausstrasse 32. Juncker also created history and genre pictures, painted the altarpieces for the churches in Ronneburg in Livonia (1858) and in Linden in Courland (1887). He also provided a number of paintings for the Russian Orthodox Church in Dresden designed by his compatriot Harald Julius von Bosse .
- Juncker, Wilhelm Karl . In: Hans Vollmer (Hrsg.): General lexicon of fine artists from antiquity to the present . Founded by Ulrich Thieme and Felix Becker . tape 19 : Ingouville – Kauffungen . EA Seemann, Leipzig 1926, p. 317-318 .
- Juncker, JC Wilhelm. In: Friedrich von Boetticher: painter works of the 19th century. Contribution to art history. Volume 1/2, sheets 31–61: Heideck – Mayer, Louis. Ms. v. Boetticher's Verlag, Dresden 1895, p. 629 ( archive.org ).
- Otto Richter: Wilhelm Juncker . In: Dresden history sheets . tape 3 : Comprehensive years X – XIII (1901–1904). Wilhelm Baensch, Dresden 1904, p. 89 ( digital.slub-dresden.de ).
- Baltic Historical Commission (ed.): Entry on Wilhelm Karl Juncker. In: BBLD - Baltic Biographical Lexicon digital
- City wiki Dresden
- Juncker, Käthe. In: Friedrich von Boetticher: painter works of the 19th century. Contribution to art history. Volume 1/2, sheets 31–61: Heideck – Mayer, Louis. Ms. v. Boetticher's Verlag, Dresden 1895, p. 629 ( archive.org ).
|SURNAME||Juncker, Wilhelm Karl|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German-Baltic genre painter, portrait painter and history painter|
|DATE OF BIRTH||July 10, 1820|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Turn|
|DATE OF DEATH||April 30, 1901|
|Place of death||Dresden|