Bucker, Henry - painter on china in Dresden during second half of 19th century. Price medal at The Exhibition London 1851; Dublin 1885; honourable mention at The Exhibition London 1862. See label Deininger, Von Christoph - porcelain painter in Berlin in second half of 19th century. See signature Grainer - family of glass and porcelain painters and porcelain makers in Lauscha, Thuringia, Germany. Greiner, Julius son - porcelain painter, established in 1871, with international branches and export. See label Ens & Grainer - porcelain decorating partnership. Late 19th/Early 20th. See label Fraureuth Kunstabteilung - porcelain decorating studio that later transformed into a porcelain factory producing Art Nouveau figurines. See mark Koenig, Th. - porcelain decorating studio in Munchen, late 19th and early 20th century. See label Lictenberg Nachf, Max Sinz - Dresden art dealer in early 20th century. See label Meinelt, Carl - porcelain painter and water colour artist, won a bronze medal at the International Exhibition, London, 1862. Specialized in classical subjects such as Daphnie and Echo. Merkel-Heine, Wiesbaden - porcelain decorating studio, early 20th century. See label Stadler, Hans - porcelain painter in Vienna during the second half of the 1880s. Participated in exhibitions in 1885 and 1888, when he is reported to have exhibited "portraits on porcelain, genre scenes on porcelain dishes, plates decorated and painted in the old genre" (quoted by W. Neuwirth, Porzellanmaler-Lexicon 1840-1914, vol.II, p.275). Sturm, L. - listed as an independent porcelain painter in Dresden. See Robert Rontgen, The Book of Meissen, Atlgen, PA, 1996, p.321. Wustlich, Otto - born in 1819 at Pfaffendorf in Lower Bavaria, studied at the Schmidt Art Institute in Bamberg and was employed for several years painting figural compositions and portraits at the Schmidt porcelain manufacture there. In 1842 he exhibited in Mainz with "Mona Lisa" after Leonardo and "Adam and Eva" and by 1845 was working independently and exhibiting in Munich where he was commissioned a series of 75 porcelain plaques by King Ludwig I of Bavaria (delivered from 1853 on). Thirty eight were copies of old master paintings such as "Madonna" after Raphael, while the rest were after Joseph Stieler's portraits in the King's Schönheitsgalerie in the Residence. The portrait of Prince Consort Albert for the famous Jewel-Cabinet, made in 1854 for Queen Victoria, is among his best works. He died in 1886 at Schoenberg in Lower Bavaria.