Georg Ehrlich, ARA, RBA (1897-1966) was a well-known sculptor of animal subjects mainly in bronze, a draughtsman and an etcher. He was born in Vienna and studied art at the Vienna Kunstgewerbeschule 1912-15 and exhibited at first in Austria, Switzerland, France and Germany. In 1930 he married the artist Bettina Bauer (1903-1985) and in 1937 he won a gold medal at a major exhibition in Vienna. Ehrlich settled in London in 1938 and he became a British citizen in 1947. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1940 and was elected an Associate of the RA in 1962. Ehrlich was also a full member of the Royal Society of British Artists, elected to that body circa 1950. His work is represented in many public collections including Tate Gallery, Arts Council Collection, British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, National Galleries of Scotland, Ben Uri Gallery, and The Red House, Aldeburgh. He lived in west London for many years.

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