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Querner was born in Börnchen, a village in Saxony not far south of Dresden (later incorporated into Possendorf, which today is part of Bannewitz). The son of a shoemaker, he trained in metalworking and worked for a time as a factory mechanic (Fabrikschlosser).
^"Querner, Curt." (2005). Dictionary of German Biography. vol. 8. Munich: Sauer. p. 108.
^ abSeelen, Manja (1995). "Curt Querner" [biographical sketch, in German]. In: Das Bild der Frau in Werken deutscher Künstler der neuen Sachlichkeit. Münster: Lit Verlag. (Kunstgeschichte, vol. 49). p. 169.