(New York 1877 - Bergen 1945)
Born in New York, Joseph Uhl moved to Germany at an early age. At the Academy of Munich, he studied painting and etching. As the First World War ended, Uhl who up to that time had concentrated mainly on painting, began to create etchings and engravings of children, nudes, general figure studies and allegorical images. His work in this genre owes much to the German Jugendstil movement.