Tobias Querfurt, also Tobias Querfurt the Elder, (1660 – 13 September 1734) was a German painter, draughtsman, and engraver.
Information regarding Querfurt's birth is unknown. He painted primarily landscapes and portraits. He instructed his son August Querfurt who also became a painter. He died in Wolfenbüttel in 1734.
Events from the year 1734 in art.
Events from the year 1660 in art.
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