porcelain sculpture E. Stellmacher torque gallant Amphora Art Nouveau XIXth

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Sculpture in polychrome porcelain German or Austrian Represented a couple during a gallant scene, the man sitting on a stone bench by the court in an elegant young woman, her fan feather to his feet, signed E.Stellmacher * can -being of the Manufacture or Turn Teplitz Amphora (Austria), registered Art Nouveau late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

This sculpture is in good condition and is of high quality. It is signed on the back.

A note: some small accidents (a human finger, a piece of ribbon to the dress, the flower petals on the edge of the range, etc.), some small places by cooking feasts (front sculpture back of the woman's dress), dirt and wear of time, well look at the pictures (see red arrows)

* Eduard Stellmacher (1868-1945):

modeler and sculptor born in porcelain Volckstedt (Germany). Eduard Stellmacher is the son of Alfred Stellmacher founder of Amphora Porcelain Factory in Austria). He studied at the Special Ceramics School in Dresden and then at the Kunstgewerbeschule (School of Arts and Crafts). He worked in Turn-Töplitz .. (Referenced to Bénézit)

Artist side well on Artprice.

Data sheet

  • Height 51 cm
  • Width max. env. 27 cm
  • Depth max. 16,5 cm (bras de l'homme)
  • Socle 21,5 cm x 13 cm