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Čís. položky 1439


'Loreley',


is shown sitting with a diadem on her head and flowing hair on the rock, supporting herself on her harp in thinker's pose, porcelain, colour and gold paint, octagonal plinth with gold edges, marked E. Haehnel on reverse side. fec., height 44.5 cm, plinth minimally restored, Meißen, underglaze blue sword mark, second half of the nineteenth century, model number N 137, former number 148, model by Ernst Julius Hähnel 1882 (Ru)

LORELEY is an almost vertical slate rock that rises to a height of 132 m on the right bank of the Rhine upriver from Sankt Goarshausen. LORELEY was created by C. Brentano under the impression of a journey on the Rhine: a fantastic figure of a beautiful girl that attracts men and delivers them to misfortune ( Ballade von der Loré Lay in his novel 'Godwi' 1801). In order to escape her curse, the man jumped off a rock into the Rhine. The best-known version was created by H. Heine, poem 1824, set to music by F. Silcher.

See Lit.:
: Bergmann A100-Z300, p 106, cat. no. 197;

Expert: Ursula Rohringer Ursula Rohringer
+43-1-515 60-382

ursula.rohringer@dorotheum.at

02.05.2019 - 14:00

Odhadní cena:
EUR 4.500,- do EUR 5.500,-

'Loreley',


is shown sitting with a diadem on her head and flowing hair on the rock, supporting herself on her harp in thinker's pose, porcelain, colour and gold paint, octagonal plinth with gold edges, marked E. Haehnel on reverse side. fec., height 44.5 cm, plinth minimally restored, Meißen, underglaze blue sword mark, second half of the nineteenth century, model number N 137, former number 148, model by Ernst Julius Hähnel 1882 (Ru)

LORELEY is an almost vertical slate rock that rises to a height of 132 m on the right bank of the Rhine upriver from Sankt Goarshausen. LORELEY was created by C. Brentano under the impression of a journey on the Rhine: a fantastic figure of a beautiful girl that attracts men and delivers them to misfortune ( Ballade von der Loré Lay in his novel 'Godwi' 1801). In order to escape her curse, the man jumped off a rock into the Rhine. The best-known version was created by H. Heine, poem 1824, set to music by F. Silcher.

See Lit.:
: Bergmann A100-Z300, p 106, cat. no. 197;

Expert: Ursula Rohringer Ursula Rohringer
+43-1-515 60-382

ursula.rohringer@dorotheum.at


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