Karl Junker’s works include oil paintings, water colors, gouaches and drawings, architectural models, carved reliefs as well as sculptures and several pieces of furniture. Part of his work is among the interior of the Junkerhaus, where architecture, wood carvings and paintings form a unit.
In the spring of 1914, an exhibition of the New Berlin Secession displayed over 50 of Junker’s paintings, water colors, sketches and wooden reliefs – all owned by two collectors. Yet, this public display failed to promote Junker’s reputation as an artist. For decades, Junker’s artistic and sculptural work was hardly given any attention.