Ernst Wenck (born March 18, 1865 in Reppen; † 23 January 1929 in Berlin) was a German sculptor.
Ernst Wenck was 1885-1889 Student of the educational establishment of the Museum of Decorative Arts and the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin. After several stays abroad (1885-1891) he was first a member and later Vice Chairman of the Berlin Secession. In 1922 he became a member of the Academy of Arts. Besides some remarkable monuments, some porcelain figurines for Rosenthal received.
Ernst Wenck was buried at St. Mary and St. Nicholas Cemetery I, Prenzlauer Allee first His grave has not been preserved.
Giant Group, 1895, Leipziger Strasse, at the Museum for Communication in Berlin, bronze, height 585 cm
Berlin-Lichterfelde, Emperor William I-Still, 1897
Only the statue has been preserved and is available since the early 1980s in the Spandau Citadel
Equestrian statue of Emperor William I in White Rock
The relief of man's journey from birth to death, St. Mary and St. Nicholas Cemetery I, Berlin (receive)
Bust of Eugene Judge (about 1907) for his grave in the cemetery Luisenstädtische
Money counters, limestone figure for the same wells in Berlin-Mitte, Poplar Square (corner Invalidenstraße), 1912. Winner of a competition between the Association of Sculptors Berlin.
Lion killing a wild boar (Lion with prey), bronze, 1913, 40 cm
Gladiators fight two bulls, bronze, 40 cm
Goddess of Peace, 1919
Memorial Fountain in Spindlershof (destroyed)
Sleeping girl, Rosenthal porcelain figure for
Dreaming Boy, Rosenthal porcelain figure for
Drinking, 1924, Rosenthal porcelain figure for
Fortuna, Rosenthal porcelain figure for
Swimmer, 1928, marble, main road 38, lawn in front of the bathhouse Schöneberg
Monument to Friedrich Ludwig Jahn, 1929, Spandau, Radelandstraße 21, limestone, height 380 cm. Plinth inscribed: A True Jungtum A German Jungtum I wanted to reach through the German Gymnastics, Friedrich Ludwig Jahn
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