Dominikus Auliczek was born in 1734 in Politschka, East Bohemia. After his apprenticeship he went to Vienna, Paris, London and Rome. There he was awarded the first prize of the Accademia di San Luca by Pope Clement XIII for his bossier art. As one of the best of his guild, Auliczek came to Munich in 1762 and already in 1763 began working at Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg, where he was the artistic successor to Franz Anton Bustelli. By the time he was appointed sculptor to the court of the Electorate of Bavaria in 1772, he had created around 100 figurative models. He presided over the manufactory as inspector and artistic director until 1797. His most famous design is the PERL service in Louis-Seize style, created around 1793 for Elector Carl Theodor of Bavaria.
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