The Feuchtmayer family (also spelled Feuchtmayr, Feichtmair, and Feichtmayr) was a German family of artists belonging to the Baroque de:Wessobrunner Schule / en:Wessobrunner School / fr:École de Wessobrunn. Well-known members were the brothers Franz Joseph, Johann Michael (the Elder), and Michael, furthermore two of their sons and one grandson:
- de:Franz Joseph Feuchtmayer / en:Franz Joseph Feuchtmayer (1660–1718)
- de:Johann Michael Feuchtmayer / en:Johann Michael Feuchtmayer the Elder (1666–1713)
- Michael Feuchtmayer (*1667) was a brother of Franz Joseph and Johann Michael, and the father of Franz Xaver, the Elder, as well as of Johann Michael, the Younger. No more precise data on him seem to be available.
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Franz Joseph Feuchtmayer
Joseph Anton Feuchtmayer
Wallfahrtskirche Birnau with "Honigschlecker" putto (center) in Überlingen, Germany
St. Anna Selbdritt (1750)
St. Christopher (1750)
Interior of the Franziskanerkirche in Überlingen, with high altar by J. A. Feuchtmayer
Unteres Tor, erected 1735 after plans by architect Lorenz Rüscher, with stucco decorations by J. A. Feuchtmayer (Salem, Bodensee, Germany)
Organ in the Salem Abbey
Franz Xaver Feuchtmayer (the Elder)
Stucco by F. X. Feuchtmayer and J. M. Feuchtmayer in the Church of St. Maria in Dießen am Ammersee
Interior of the Monastery Church of Mariae Himmelfahrt in Stams
Johann Michael Feuchtmayer (the Younger)
J. M. Feuchtmayer also did work with his brother Franz Xaver that is shown above.
Franz Xaver Feuchtmayer (the Younger)
High altar and side altars in the Premonstratensian Monastery Church of St. Maria and St. Verena in Rot an der Rot
- Swiss Institute for Art Research's SIKART Dictionary and Database
- Austria: A Phaidon Cultural Guide. Oxford: Phaidon, 1985. ISBN 0-7148-2376-7.
- Germany: A Phaidon Cultural Guide. Oxford: Phaidon, 1985. ISBN 0-7148-2354-6.