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JUENGLING, Frederick, artist, born in New York city, 8 October, 1846. He studied at the New York art students' league, adopted art as a profession, and has attained to high rank as an engraver. He was a founder of the American society of wood engravers, its first secretary in 1881-'2, and in 1882-'3 was vice president of the Art students' league. Mr. Juengling is identified with what is known as the new school in wood engraving. He received honorable mention at the Paris salon in 1881, and a second-class medal at the International exhibition of fine arts, held in Munich in 1883. Among his works are "The Professor," engraved after Frank Duveneek, and "The Voice of the Sea," after Arthur Quartley. His paintings include "The Intruder" (1884); "Westward Bound" (1884.); and "In the Street" (1886).
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