Joseph Bergler the Elder
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Joseph Bergler the Elder (1718–1788) was an Austrian sculptor.
Bergler was born in Salzburg, the father of painter Joseph Bergler the Younger (1753–1829). The eleven Calvary chapels on the Capuchin mountain contain figures created in 1740 by Bergler as well as Lorenz Hörmbler. Bergler commenced with the initial training of his son in Passau in Lower Bavaria.
- "Capuchin Mountain Chapels (German)". Retrieved 25 November 2013.
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