The American Cyclopædia (1879)/Eberhard, Konrad

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Edition of 1879. See also Konrad Eberhard on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

EBERHARD, Konrad, a German sculptor and painter, born at Hindelang, Bavaria, Nov. 25, 1768, died in Munich, March 13, 1859. He studied at Munich and Rome, and in 1816 became professor of sculpture in the academy of fine arts at Munich. He painted many pictures illustrating the conflicts, progress, and triumphs of the Christian religion. Among his best works are the tomb of the princess Caroline in the Theatinerkirche, and the statues of St. George and St. Michael before the Isar gate in Munich.