b. 27 November 1922 Mühlheim (A), d. 6 December 2005 Wetzikon (CH); Swiss sculptor and illustrator
|Learned the miller's trade|
|1946-1950||Apprentice tombstone engraver in St. Gallen; school of arts and crafts|
|1950-1954||Worked in his own studio in Mühlehorn|
|1951-1953||Worked in a number of sculptors' studios, including Paul Speck's (1951/52)|
|1954||1st Swiss sculpture exhibition in Biel|
Although he travelled often and widely – to Copenhagen (1953), Rome, Florence, Milan, Venice (1954/55), Vienna (1959), Yugoslavia (1960), Mexico (1972, 1974), France (1998), Portugal – he always maintained close ties with the town and canton of Zürich.