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Amalia Beer (Pachelbel)

Birthplace: Erfurt, Thuringia, Germany
Death: Died in Nuremberg, Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Johann Pachelbel and Judith Pachelbel
Wife of J. G, Beer
Sister of Wilhelm Hieronymus Pachelbel; Charles Theodore Pachelbel and Johann Michael Pachelbel
Half sister of son Pachelbel

Occupation: German painter and engraver
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About Amalia Beer

Amalia Pachelbel (29 October 1688 – 6 December 1723) was a German painter and engraver. She was born in Erfurt and was the oldest daughter of composer Johann Pachelbel. She was named after Amalia Oeheim, Johann's sister-in-law. According to Pachelbel's obituary retold in Mattheson's Grundlage einer Ehrenpforte of 1740, Amalia's interest in art pleased her father, and he was always supportive of her. Amalia became known for her floral watercolors, copper engravings and porcelain pieces. In 1715 she married notary J. G. Beer. She died in Nuremberg in 1723. In 1730, seven years after her death, she was included in Doppelmayr's encyclopedia of important mathematicians and artists of Nuremberg (Historische Nachricht von den Nürnbergischen Mathematicis und Künstlern), as was her father.

A commemorative plaque installed on a house in Erfurt where the Pachelbel family lived gives Amalia's name as "Amalie" and mentions her as the "author of the first knitting pattern (formula) textbook".

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Amalia Beer's Timeline

October 29, 1688
Erfurt, Thuringia, Germany
December 6, 1723
Age 35
Nuremberg, Middle Franconia, Bavaria, Germany