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Tischbein is a German surname. It may refer to:

The Tischbein family was a German family of artists, originating in Hesse and spanning three generations. The family patriarch, Johann Heinrich Tischbein (1682-1764), was a master baker at the State Hospital in Haina. The Tischbeins also produced a number of master carpenters..

Albrecht Tischbein German naval engineer (1803-1881)

Johann Heinrich Albrecht Tischbein was a German engineer and shipbuilder; one of the designers of the first German iron screw steamers.

Peter Friedrich Ludwig Tischbein German paleontologist

Peter Friedrich Ludwig Tischbein was a German forester, paleontologist and entomologist. His father was the painter Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein.


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<i>Emil and the Detectives</i> (1931 film) 1931 film by Gerhard Lamprecht

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Johann Friedrich August Tischbein German painter

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Johann Jacob Tischbein German artist

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Johann Valentin Tischbein German painter

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<i>Goethe in the Roman Campagna</i> painting by Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein

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Anton Wilhelm Tischbein German painter

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August Albrecht Christian Tischbein German painter and lithographer

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Georg Heinrich Tischbein German copperplate engraver

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Johann Anton Tischbein German painter

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Johann Heinrich Tischbein the Younger German 1742–1808 F:0

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