Joseph Bergler the Younger (1 May 1753 – 25 June 1829) was a painter, author of numerous etchings, and director of the Prague Academy.
Bergler was born in Salzburg, the son of sculptor Joseph Bergler the Elder (1718–1788) who instructed his son. He moved to Italy in 1776 and stayed in Rome for six years. There he studied under Martin Knoller. He also became acquainted with Mengs, Hamilton and Volpato. In 1786, he returned to live with his parents in Passau. In 1800 he moved to Prague. He created alter-pieces for a number of churches in Prague and the vicinity.
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