The Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München will be showing the works of Johann Andreas Wolff (1652–1716) to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the death of this master. The richly illustrated exhibition catalogue makes possible the discovery of his brilliant, highly virtuoso drawing style. Wolff was employed as an electoral court painter in Munich and as the prince-bishop’s painter in Freising. Around 1680 he began producing paintings for both sacred and secular buildings in South Germany and Austria. A prominent example is his collaboration on the new interior design for the Munich residence under Elector Max Emanuel. Moreover, Wolff created prototypes for artisans and wood carvers as well as for thesis prints and calendars. He designed ceiling paintings, ephemeral triumphant buildings and graves for saints.