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A Figure 'Capuchin monk'

Johann Friedrich Eberlein (Dresden 1695 - Meissen 1749)


A Figure 'Capuchin monk'

Lot-No. 296

Proceeds : 400,00 €


Meissen, designed 1747, made around 1860. Polychrome painted porcelain. Model no. '866'. Crossed swords mark. Min. rep. H. 15 cm. - German sculptor and modeller, learned in England the casting of plumb, brass and steel, worked after his return to Dresden 4 years for the court sculptor Vinache and entered 1735 the Meissen porcelain manufactory a s an assistant of J. J. Kaendler, he then became Kaendler's first employee and was envolved significantly in the development of numerous masterpieces.

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Johann Friedrich Eberlein: A Figure 'Capuchin monk'


Johann Friedrich Eberlein (Dresden 1695 - Meissen 1749)

A Figure 'Capuchin monk'

Lot-No. 296

Proceeds : 400,00 €

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Meissen, designed 1747, made around 1860. Polychrome painted porcelain. Model no. '866'. Crossed swords mark. Min. rep. H. 15 cm. - German sculptor and modeller, learned in England the casting of plumb, brass and steel, worked after his return to Dresden 4 years for the court sculptor Vinache and entered 1735 the Meissen porcelain manufactory a s an assistant of J. J. Kaendler, he then became Kaendler's first employee and was envolved significantly in the development of numerous masterpieces.

A Figure 'Capuchin monk'