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$ 1,950

Duet

Origin Germany
Period 1900-1920
Materials Porcelain
Dimensions
H. 14 in;
H. 35.56 cm;
Condition Excellent. Perfect, no restoration.
Creation Date 1913
Description German sculptor (1878 Berlin and 1929 London), studied at the Academy of Arts in Berlin under Ernst Heerter, won the Michael - Beer - Prize and the Prix de Rome, known for numerous bronze statuettes, in the Art Nouveau and Art Deco style, worked for the Schwarzburger workshops for porcelain art, KPM in Berlin and the Rosenthal manufactory. He created small sculptures in bronze and porcelain, also larger monuments, such as for Moses Mendelssohn in Berlin or for Carl Hagenbeck, who created the zoo in Hamburg-Stellingen.
Styles / Movements Other
Inventory Code IC94
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