August von Kreling
August von Kreling (May 23, 1818 – April 23, 1876) was a German sculptor born in Osnabrück. He studied with Peter von Cornelius, and in 1853 became director of the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg. He became a member of the Munich Academy in 1876, and died in Nuremberg in that same year.
- His best-known commission in the United States was the Tyler Davidson Fountain, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1871
- Pilz, Kurt (1980) Kreling, August von. In: Neue Deutsche Biographie (NDB). Vol. 12. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, p 745. Retrieved 21 January 2018
- Lindemann, Ilsetraut (1976) August von Kreling (1818–1876). Sein Leben und seine Werke. Osnabrück: Kulturgeschichtliches Museum
- Media related to August von Kreling at Wikimedia Commons
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