Karl Wilhelm Hübner (1814–1879) was a German genre painter. He was born at Königsberg, and was a pupil of the Düsseldorf Academy.
Hübner's works were especially popular in the Netherlands and in North America, where he was received with enthusiasm in 1874. His genre subjects include:
- "The Silesian Weavers" (1844)
- "The Sleeping Wood Thief" (1845)
- "The Abandoned" (1846)
- "The Seizure for Debt" (1848), Königsberg Museum
- "The Sinner at the Church Door" (1874), National Gallery, Berlin
- "Consolation in Prayer" (1875), Düsseldorf Gallery
- "The Recovery", Pennsylvania Museum of Fine Arts
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