charcoal on paper;
signed lower right;
passepartoutcutout: 7,5 x 10,6 in inch framed;
In addition to landscape, Jungnickel's work is mainly devoted to depicting animals. He prefers graphic techniques such as ink drawing, watercolour and his own stencil spraying technique, while he only rarely works with oil paints. Stylistically, his early work is influenced by the ornamental-decorative style of Viennese Art Nouveau, while in the interwar period his style developed into a concentrated and expressive formal language.