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Jakob Fürchtegott Dielmann was a German illustrator, printmaker, and painter. He studied lithography at J. C. Vogelschen Lithographieanstalt in Frankfurt, then at Städelschule with Karl Friedrich Wendelstadt from 1825 to 1827, and at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf with Johann Wilhelm Schirmer. He was invited to an artists' colony in Willingshausen by Gerhardt von Reutern in 1841. A year later, he opened a studio at the Städelschule and studied with Anton Burger, whom he founded an artists' colony with in Kronberg in the 1860's.
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Dielmann, Jakob Furchtegott, 1809-1885: The Synagogue, Frankfurt am Main, Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 2009.005.
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