Alexander Zick

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Illustration by Zick for "Hop-o'-My-Thumb"
Zick's historical painting of The Ostrogoths' last stand at the Battle of Mons Lactarius.

Alexander Zick (born 20 December 1845, Koblenz, Germany – 10 November, 1907, Berlin, Germany) was a German painter and illustrator.

Alexander was the greatgrandson of the painter and architect Januarius Zick, the son of fresco artist Johannes Zick.

He was a student of August Wittig and Eduard Bendemann.

Numismatic work

Germany 5 Mark 1904 Art Nouveau Banknote, designed by Alexander Zick

In his last years in Berlin, Alexander Zick was the designer of 2 German banknotes, the 5 Mark Reichskassenschein 1904, and the 10 Mark Reichskassenschein 1906.[1]


  1. ^ Alexander Zick in: German wikipedia, retrieved 6. December 2013.

External links

  • Media related to Alexander Zick at Wikimedia Commons

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