Johann Joseph Thalherr

Architect

1730 – 1807

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Who was Johann Joseph Thalherr?

Johann Joseph Thalherr, also known as Czech: Jan Josef Talherr or Hungarian: József Talherr, was an Austrian architect.

Thalherr was born in Fulnek, Moravia. He studied architecture in Vienna and, after graduation, worked there as court architect, under the direction of Isidore Canevale.

In 1782 he moved to Buda and worked as chamber-architect, being promoted chief of the Hungarian Direction of Constructions, and remained there until his death. He is one of the main representatives of the Palladian revival in Central Europe. His constructions can be found in Budapest, Bratislava, Győr and several other Hungarian cities.

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Born
1730
Fulnek
Nationality
  • Hungary
Profession
Lived in
  • Vienna
Died
Oct 16, 1807
Buda

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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