Hans Muller was born in Vienna, Austria on January 10, 1873. He was a pupil of Edward Hellmmer at the Vienna Academe of Art. Although he is probably best known for his portraits and sculptural busts of the famous in Viennese society, he did create figurative sculptures as well as animals, mostly of hunting dogs. There is not too much known about Hans Muller or that has been written about this very talented Austrian artist other than the many works he has produced. Many of his sculptural pieces are on permanent display in the Simu Museum in Bucharest, Hungary.
Hans Muller was a graduate of the academy of Fine Arts in Vienna where he studied under Edmund von Hellmer. After World War I he was entrusted with the construction of the memorial pieces honoring those who gave their lives during the war.
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