Adolf Breymann

Adolf Breymann (* 16. June 1839 in Bockenem - Mahlum; † 1. September 1878 in Wolfenbüttel) was a German sculptor 19. Century.


it received its training first in Braunschweig with Strümpell and George Howaldt as well as starting from 1859 in Dresden. Hauptwerk is the survive-large condition mark Heinrichs of the lion for the beautiful well on the Hagenmarkt in Braunschweig, which was poured in the workshop of his Lehres George Howaldt and 1874 in Braunschweig were set up, after it was distinguished before on the Viennese world exhibition 1873 with the Silbermedaillie. Breymann supervised personally in Frogmore the arrangement of the Mausoleums of the queen Victoria I. of England, for which it had sketched two angels, who were likewise poured with George Howaldt in Braunschweig.


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