Joseph Ignatz Sadler
Joseph Ignatz Sadler (February 17, 1725 - January 9, 1767) was a Czech painter.
Sadler was born in Olomouc, and primarily painted religious-themed frescoes. acting especially in Moravia, for example the frescoes on the ceiling of the church of the Most Holy Trinity Church, Fulnek. He was the brother-in-law of the painter Johann Christoph Handke. He was of German minority ethnics in Moravia.
- Hail, George; Breedlove, Martin; Mlčák, Leos, et al. Josef Ignaz Sadler 1725-1767 Art Museum Olomouc - Olomouc Archdiocesan Museum, Gallery: 18 May - 28 August 2011. Olomouc Olomouc Museum of Art. 143 pp. ISBN 978-80-87149-45-4.
- Schenk, Marie; Olšovský, Jaromír. Baroque painting and sculpture in the western part of Czech Silesia. Opava: Silesian Museum, Francis Maj, 2001. 274 pp. ISBN 80-86458-06-7.
- Proceedings of the Philosophical Faculty of the Brno University Art Series (F), 18, 1969, # 13
- Kratinová, V. painting of the 18th century in Moravia, the Moravian Gallery. Brno 1988. - Product Exhibition.
- Toman, P. New Dictionary of Czechoslovak artists. Second L - Ps. Ostrava 1993.
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