Ludvig Oskar (5 January 1874 in Kuusalu, Estonia — 1 June 1951 in Varel, Germany) was an Estonian painter.
He started his art studies in 1903, while artist Ants Laikmaa opened his studio school. In accessory to studio classes Oskar took watercolor classes following Karl Winkler. After studies abroad he taught at Tallinna Reaalkool (Science High School of Tallinn). Among his students was Evald Okas.
In 1926 he arranged to fix Pika Jala Väravatorn (the read tower named Long Leg at the medieval city wall of Tallinn). For this try he took a bank progress of half a million cents (5,000 Estonian kroons) and reconstructed the tower. Oskar demolished the old mantel chimney and built to each floor ovens and stoves.
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