Pair of wall plaques with hunter and falconer

Date Created: 08 May 2019

Author: Unknown

Source: The Internet

Owner: Lempertz

Location: Germany

Link to: Website

  • Germany
  • Unidentified Bird of Prey
  • Painting
  • 20th Century
  • Hunting
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Paar Wandplaketten mit Jäger und Falknerin

Porzellan, Aufglasurdekor, matte und glänzende Vergoldung. Die fein gemalten farbigen Darstellungen nach den Gemälden von Ludwig Heinrich Wittich in Schloss Babelsberg in reliefierten späten Biedermeierrahmen. Emailmarke Zepter, rote Reichsapfelmarke, Pressmarke Zepter mit K.P.M. Originale vergoldete Metallöse. H 13, B 11,7 cm.

Berlin, KPM, um 1834 - 37, nach Motiven von Ludwig Heinrich Wittich.


Lempertz Berlin Auktion 900 am 23. Mai 2007, Lot 69.


Die Darstellung des Edelfräuleins auch als Lithophanie publiziert bei Ponert, Berlin 1985, Nr. 47.

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Pair of wall plaques with hunter and falconer

Porcelain, onglaze decoration, matt and shiny gilding. The finely painted illustrations after the paintings 
of Ludwig Heinrich Wittich in Babelsberg Castle in late Biedermeier frames in relief.
Emailmarke Zepter, red orb mark, press mark Zepter with K.P.M. Original gilded metal eyelet.
H 13, B 11,7 cm. Berlin, KPM, c. 1834 - 37, after motives of Ludwig Heinrich Wittich. provenance Lempertz Berlin Auction 900 on May 23, 2007, Lot 69. literature The representation of the Edelfräuleins also as Lithophanie published by Ponert, Berlin 1985, No. 47.

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