Emil Wolff (1802–1879) was a 19th-century German sculptor and occasional artist in oil paints.
He is well-represented in galleries across Europe.
He died in Rome on 29 September 1879.
His maternal uncle was the sculptor Johann Gottfried Schadow.
- Midas as a Judge (1825)
- Charitas (1830)
- The Night (1830)
- Telephos suckled by the Doe
- Hebe and Ganymede (1834)
- Diana after the Hunt (1838)
- The Amazons
- Prometheus (1844)
- Jephtha and his Daughter (1858)
- Psyche after Amor's Escape
- Judith (1868)
- Bertel Thorwaldsen
- The Tambourine Beater
- Johann Winckelmann
- Barthold Georg Niebuhr
- Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
- Youthful Satyr
- Young Bacchus
- Alfred Gotthold Meyer: Wolff, Emil . In: General German Biography (ADB). Vol. 44, Duncker & Humblot, Leipzig 1898, pp. 28-31.
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