He studied at the University of Jena from 1654-1658.
Eimmart the Younger resided at Nuremberg, where he died in 1705. He engraved some plates for Sandrart"s Academia, and some small etchings of ruins, buildings, and vases, ornamented with figures, which have considerable merit. He was also a mathematician and astronomer, and published in 1701 Iconographia nova contemplationum de Sole.
His mother was Christine Banns (?-1654), daughter of an Austrian toll manager, Damian Banns.
She usually worked with her father. He established the first astronomical observatory in Nürnberg.
The lunar crater Eimmart is named after Georg Christoph Eimmart the Younger.
Prussian Academy of Sciences.