WOLF, Ebert the Younger
(b. ca. 1560, Hildesheim, d. 1609, Hildesheim)


German sculptor, part of a family of sculptors. There are many name variants: Ebert (Eberhard, Eckbert) Wolf (Wolff, Wulff) the Younger. Members of the family were Ebert Wolf the Elder (c. 1537-c. 1607) and his three sons, Ebert the Younger, Hans (c. 1570-before 1641), and Jonas (died 1619). All members of the family worked on the furnishing of the palace at Bückeburg.

Ebert Wolf the Younger was first mentioned in 1591 the registers of Hildesheim, where he created numerous tombstones under his monogram EBW as the co-worker of his father.

In 1603 the family went to Bückeburg to work for Count Ernst III of Schaumburg.

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