(Friedrich) Adolf Wilhelm Schmid (1867-?)

 

(Friedrich) Adolf Wilhelm Schmid (1867-?)
German Neoclassical sculptor and medallist / metal work ;
Adolf Schmid ; Adolf Wilhelm Schmid ; Friedrich A. W. Schmid ; Friedrich A.W. Schmid ; F.A.W. Schmid ; F. A. W. Schmid ; A. Wilhelm Schmid ;
[Born July 15, 1867 in Stuttgart, Württemberg, Germany – died  in Germany?]

 

FAD record control number: 68461 ;

Record level: Person ;

Record type: Artist ;

 

(Friedrich) Adolf Wilhelm Schmid (1867-?) biography:

Birth: July 15, 1867 in Stuttgart, Württemberg, Germany ;
Death: Germany ;
Sex: Male ;
Ethnicity: White ; 
Zodiac:
Cancer ;

Known for: Bronze statues ; medals ;
Medium: Bronze ; metal ;
Technique: Sculpting ;
Subjects: Classical figures ; portraits ; people ;

Areas: Stuttgart, Württemberg, Germany ; Baden-Württemberg, Germany ;
Region: Europe ;
Lived: Stuttgart, Württemberg, Germany ; Baden-Württemberg, Germany ;
Father: Gotthilf Adolf Schmid (1834-1880), leather / saddlemaker ;
Mother: Wilhelmine Luise Sophie (Laux) Schmid (1836-?) ;
Relatives:
Spouse: Paula Marie (Wickersheim) Schmid (1884-?) : wife, married August 4, 1903 in Baden, Baden-Württemberg, Germany ;
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Work: Created statues of Prince Charles of BadenFranz Liszt and J.P. Hebel ; 

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Digital-born document number:
FAD.2020.68461

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Record birth date:
August 25, 2020

Last updated: August 25, 2020 at 17:56 pm

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