Mangold

Mangold(t) is an Old High German surname which may refer to:

  • Carl Amand Mangold (1813-1889), German composer
  • Hans Carl Friedrich von Mangoldt (1854–1925), German mathematician
    • Von Mangoldt function, an arithmetic function
  • Hilde Mangold (born 1898; née Proscholdt), German developmental biologist
  • Holley Mangold (born 1989), American Female Weightlifter
  • James Mangold (born 1963), American director and script writer
  • Kevin Mangold (born 1968), American professional Thoroughbred jockey, stunt man and actor
  • Mike Mangold (born 1955), American aerobatics pilot
  • Nick Mangold (born 1984), American football player
  • Robert Mangold (born 1937), American painter
  • Sylvia Plimack Mangold (born 1938), American artist
  • Tom Mangold (born 1934), British investigative journalist and author

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Mike Mangold - Biography - Personal Life
... Mangold also skydives, hang glides, and skis ... In 1996, Mangold, along with 296 other skydivers, set a world record for the most amount of people in a skydiving free-fall formation in Anapa, Russia ... Mangold commented on his passion for skydiving "Skydiving that's how I relax now ...
Robert Mangold - Work
... Robert Mangold’s paintings,” wrote Michael Kimmelman in the New York Times in 1997, “are more complicated to describe than they seem, which is ... Mangold's work challenges the typical connotations of what a painting is or could be, and his works often appear as objects rather than images ... Mangold’s early work consisted largely of monochromatic free-standing constructions displayed against the wall, such as Grey Window Wall (1964) ...
Sylvia Plimack Mangold - Life and Career
... Plimack Mangold was born Sylvia Plimack in New York City, the daughter of Ethel (Rein), an office administrator, and Maurice Plimack, an accountant and businessman ... In the same year she married Yale classmate and fellow painter Robert Mangold ... with William Bailey and others, Plimack Mangold worked as a representational painter ...
Christoph Mangold
... Christoph Andreas Mangold (1719–1767) was a German professor of anatomy at the University of Jena, who also studied chemistry ... Christoph Mangold received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Erfurt in 1751 ... Mangold is known for his studies of gunpowder and cinnabar as well as the idea that medical diagnosis should be based upon symptoms, laboratory tests, and ...