Johann Wolfgang Baumgartner
He was born Johann Wolfgang Baumgartner in Tyrol and he learned glass painting in Salzburg. He moved to Augsburg and worked as a glass painter. The ceiling painting in the Sanctuary of the Holy Cross of the former Klosters Mountains is considered as his largest and most important work.
- Ceiling frescoes of the Sanctuary of St. Mary of Mount Carmel in Baitenhausen in Meersburg on Lake Constance, 1760
- Ceiling frescoes in the nave of the Sanctuary of St. Maria Loreto in Westheim
- The Martyrdom of St. Venantius of Camerino
- Daily edification of a true Christian
- Mark the Evangelist writing
- The Holy. John I. and the Gothic King Theodoric
- Drawings of Bible pictures in Historia veteris (ac novi) Testamenti Iconibus Expressa
- Bruno Bushart, Friedrich Kaess: monastery Bergen Neuburg an der Donau and its frescoes by Johann Wolfgang Baumgartner . 1981
- Peter Stoll and Heide-Maria Krauthauf: "Johann Wolfgang Baumgartner and the 'Holy Albert of Trapani' in the former Carmelite Schongauer". In: The Welf: Yearbook of the Historical Society Schongau - town and country 10 (2008/09), S. 177-194.
- Peter Stoll: Anton Winter Gerst copied Johann Wolfgang Baumgartner . University Library, Augsburg 2013 (full text)
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