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Tiberius Dominikus Wocher artworks

(1728 Mimmenhausen near Salem – 1799 Reute near Waldsee)

Born in the Swabian village of Mimmenhausen, the painter and etcher Tiberius Wocher was one of those gifted Little Masters who specialized in portrait and genre painting during the second half of the 18th century, showing a predilection for picturesque, exotic themes. In 1767 the artist is mentioned as being court painter to the Prince Bishop of Constance, Cardinal Franz Konradt von Rodt, and is subsequently resident and active in Bern until about 1780.