Manzel, Karl Ludwig

SCULPTOR (GERMANY)
BORN 3 Jun 1858, Kagendorf/Anklam - DIED 20 Nov 1936, Berlin
GRAVE LOCATION Stahnsdorf, Berlin: Südwestfriedhof, Bahnhofstrasse (Block Heilig Geist, Gartenblock V, Gartenstelle)

Ludwig Manzel studied with Albert Wolff and Fritz Schaper at the Academy in Berlin. In 1889 he set up as an independent sculptor and in 1895 he became a member of the Prussian Academy of Arts.

In 1896 he became a professor at the Königlichen Kunstgewerbemuseum in Berlin and in 1903 he succeeded Reinhold Begas at the Meisteratelier in Berlin. From 1912 until 1918 he was President of the Prussian Academy of Arts. He was close to emperor Wilhelm II and he portrayed him several times.

He designed the grave monument for F.W. Murnau at Stahnsdorf in Berlin and he was buried himself at the same cemetery a few years later.

Related persons
• designed grave monument of Murnau, Friedrich Wilhelm

Sources
• Gottschalk, Wolfgang, Südwestfriedhof Stahnsdorf, Verlag Dirk Nishen, Berlin, 1991
Westpreussische Kirchen 01

Images

The grave of Karl Ludwig Manzel at the Südwestfriedhof, Stahnsdorf, Berlin.
Picture by Androom (13 Nov 2004)

 


Mapleson, James Henry

Published: 1 Jan 2006
Last update: 4 Feb 2007