Born in München painter Angelo Jank studied in his native city, and stayed there. From 1899-1907 he was employed as a teacher at the Artists Academy. From 1906 he painted murals in the Palace of Justice and the München picture history of the Reichstag building. In 1907 he was appointed professor of the Academy of Fine Arts and beginning in 1922 Jank taught in the animal painting category. He was known primarily as a painter of animals with impressionistic character, especially horses and riders in movement. His wife was Baroness Anna von Thüngen.
Mixed Painting, Unknown Event