EYSERBECK, Johann August
(b. 1762, Vogelheerd, Luisium, d. 1801, Berlin-Charlottenburg)
German garden architect, Prussian court gardener. He was the son of Johann Friedrich Eyserbeck, who directed the garden design in Wörlitz. Friedrich Wilhelm II summoned him from Dessau to modernize the royal gardens of Prussia in a scenic manner.