Ernest Julius Wunderlich
Ernest Julius Wunderlich (16 May 1859 – 11 April 1945) was an Australian arts patron, asbestos manufacturer, autobiographer/memoirist, metal goods manufacturer and tiles manufacturer. He is the dedicatee of Alfred Hill's String Quartet No. 2.
- Octavius Charles Beale
- William Henry Paling
- William Lawrence Baillieu
- Theodore Fink
- George Percy Grainger
- Henri Adrien Marie Verbrugghen
- Joseph Bradley
- William Arundel Orchard
- George Rayner Hoff
- Sir John Frederick Neville Cardus
- Sir William Dobell
- Hill, Alfred; Stiles, Allan (2006), String quartet no. 2 in G minor : a Maori legend in four scenes for string quartet, Stiles Music Publications, retrieved 4 May 2017
- "History - Wunderlite Reproduction Panels". www.wunderlite.com.au. Retrieved 26 September 2015.
- Walsh, G. P. "Wunderlich, Ernest Julius (1859–1945)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. Canberra: Australian National University. Retrieved 18 February 2012.
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