1834 ~ Leopold Müller the Austriangenre painter was born Leopold Carl Müllerin Dresden (to Austrian parents ) on the 9th December 1834 (died 4th August 1892 aged 57). Leopold Müller was a pupil of Karl von Blaas and of Christian Ruben at the Academy in Vienna. He worked 8 years as an illustrator for the Vienna Figaro, to support his family after his father’s death. Then continued his studies, and repeatedly visited Egypt, Italy and Hungary, where he painted a series of scenes from popular life. Leopold Müller later displayed his coloristic talent to greater advantage in oriental subjects, such as Bedouins in Camp (see image below), Arabian Money-Changers, Pilgrims to Mecca Resting, Camel Mart, Young Copt Woman (New Pinakothek, Munich). His other works include The Inundation in Vienna 1862, Old Little Matron (Vienna Museum),Last Task of the Day (Vienna Museum), and Soldiers in the Thirty Years’ War (Prague Gallery).