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JUENGLING, yŭng'lĭng, Frederick (1846-89). An American painter and wood-engraver, born in New York City. He studied painting at the Art Students' League there, but afterwards became widely known as a wood-engraver. He was the first secretary and one of the founders of the American Society of Wood-Engravers (1881). His paintings include “The Intruder” (1884), and “In the Street” (1886), and among his engravings are “The Professor,” after Duveneck, and “The Voice of the Sea,” after Quartley, both notable for the exactness with which he reproduced the original work. He obtained an honorable mention at the Salon of 1881, and a second class medal at the Munich Exhibition of 1883.