Johann Michael Feuchtmayer
Johann Michael Feuchtmayer (the Younger) (sometimes spelled Johann Michael Feuchtmayr or Feichtmayr) (1709 – June 4, 1772) was a German Baroque stucco sculptor and plasterer of the Wessobrunner School, who worked alongside Johann Michael Fischer, Johann Joseph Christian, and Franz Joseph Spiegler to create some well-known churches along the Upper Swabian Baroque Route.
Feuchtmayer was born in Wessobrunn, Bavaria. A member of theFeuchtmayer family, he was the son of Michael Feuchtmayer (b. 1667); the nephew of Franz Joseph Feuchtmayer (1660–1718) and Johann Michael Feuchtmayer (the Elder) (1666–1713); the brother of Franz Xaver Feuchtmayer (the Elder) (1705–1764); the cousin of Joseph Anton Feuchtmayer (1696–1770); and the uncle of Franz Xaver Feuchtmayer (the Younger) (b. 1735).
- Bad Säckingen—Convent Church of St. Fridolin (1751) (stucco)
- Haigerloch—Pilgrimage Church of St. Anne (1753–1755) (stucco work and side altar design)
- Kisslegg—Neues Schloss (New Castle) (1721–1727) (stucco figures of the Sibyls on the staircase)
- Seeon im Chiemgau—Chapel of St. Nicholas at the Benedictine Monastery of St. Lambert (stucco)
- Sigmaringen—Catholic Parish Church of St. John the Evangelist (altars)
- Zwiefalten—Zwiefalten Abbey (1741–1747) (stucco)
- Amorbach—Benedictine Abbey Church of St. Maria (high altar and other altars)
- Augsburg—Dominican Church of St. Magdalena (1716) (stucco)
- Dießen am Ammersee—Church of St. Maria (completed 1739) (stucco)
- Ottobeuren—Benedictine Monastery Church of the Holy Trinity (1737–1766) (stucco)
- Staffelstein—Pilgrimage Church of Vierzehnheiligen (stucco on the Gnadenaltar)
- Würzburg—Wallfahrtskirche Mariä Heimsuchung (1747–1750) (stucco)
- Germany: A Phaidon Cultural Guide. Oxford: Phaidon, 1985. p. 33. ISBN 0-7148-2354-6.
- Germany: A Phaidon Cultural Guide, p. 584.