Statues - Hither & Thither

Austria
Wien
Wien (Land)

Spitalgasse 2, Hof 9 (9.)
(Altes AKH Uni-Campus)

Hermann Franz Müller

(Wien 1866 - Wien 1898)
young doctor in Vienna. After an accident with plague germ two nurses and a hospital servant came down with this deadly disease. Dr. Müller and two other nurses took care of them and after a while he was infected too and died short time later
Richard Kauffungen
1899

Wien /  Hermann Franz Müller   Wien /  Hermann Franz Müller

Description

Bronze bust on a pedestal with a relief, "marcus curtius / opfert sich selbst / um seine vaterstadt vor / verderben zu retten" - Marcus Curtius was a mythological young Roman who sacrificed himself to the gods of Hades.

Wien - Hermann Franz Müller

Inscription(s)

Doctor
Hermann Franz Müller
geb. 23. October 1866
gest. 23. October 1898

Signature

r. kauffungen / 1899

Sculptor

Sources & Information

Tags

Location N 48°13'2" E 16°21'20"

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