Gustav Mützel (December 7, 1839 – October 29, 1893) was a German artist, famous for his mammal and bird paintings, including the illustrations for the second edition of Alfred Edmund Brehm's Thierleben and Richard Lydekker's The Royal Natural History.
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- The Swedish translation of Brehm's Thierleben, with Mützel's illustrations in the first three of four volumes, has been digitized by Project Runeberg .
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