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Georg Paul Buchner (1799-1833)

"Painter, miniaturist, draughtsman, musician, lithographer, printer, publisher, ’Bilderbogen’ and map dealer in Nuremberg. Took up lithography in Munich (stayed there ca.1808), in 1816 opened lithographic printing press (and art dealing) in Nuremberg. Co-founder of an automat theatre (toured German states 1820-21), production of mechanical figures. Mentioned as painter and lithograph until 1829. After his death, his company is run by his heirs under "G.P.B. s Witwe und Söhne"." - http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_the_collection_database/term_details.aspx?bioId=18635, 23.09.2017 "Lebensdaten: 1785-1838 (Lebensdaten abweichend 1779-1833) ... Wirkungsort: Nürnberg" - gnd, 23.09.2017 "Buchner, Georg Paul (German miniaturist, lithographer, and draftsman, born 1780) ... Died: Nürburg (Rhineland Palatinate, Germany) (inhabited place)" - ulan, 23.09.2017

Object-mediated relations to other actors

(The left column names relations of this actor to objects in the right column. In the middle you find other actors in relation to the same objects.)

Printed Georg Paul Buchner (1799-1833)
Printing plate produced Theodor Johann Lorenz Rothbarth (1823-1891) ()
Creation of reference / Published Johann Georg Rottmann ()