|Other names||Ferdinand Schmutzer|
|Notes||Schmutzer was a renowned graphic artist (engraver) in the 1910s and 1920s, and popular portraitist of upper middle class financiers and industrialists as well as scientists and artists (Source: Austrian National Library).|
"Portrait of Glassware Manufacturer Ludwig Lobmeyr," c. 1900-1917, etching by Ferdinand Schmutzer. Signature lower left, in plate: F. Schmutzer Ludwig Lobmeyr (1829-1917) led the Viennese glass company of J. and L. Lobmeyr beginning in 1864. He is known for reviving Bohemian glass engraving, beginning with the 1867 Paris International Exhibition and later at the 1873 Vienna International Exhibition.