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Mary Immaculate,


the Mother of God standing on a gold Moon Sickle, blue globe and dragon, she is holding the Christ child with a golden cross in his hands, mother and child are looking majestically at the writhing dragon and his open mouth; she is dressed with a white headscarf, dress and white cloak with very delicate golden embroidery borders, under her dress both feet are visible, standing on the dragon to condemn him, porcelain, polychromed and gilt, height 45 cm, stand with open segment for pedestal
Meissen, underglaze blue crossed swords mark 1924–1934, former no. 903, model by Johann Joachim Kändler 1738 (Ru)

Lit.:
Porzellan Sammlung Dresden, Führer durch die ständige Ausstellung im Zwinger, p. 223, Kändler had already created the model for the statuette of Mary Immaculate in 1738 and mentions it in his work journal in July... 'a Mother of God of the same size as the apostles, which was also commissioned by the Royal Court' ... This model of Mary Immaculate was intended for the widow of the Austrian Emperor, Wilhelmine Amalia, 1672-1742, who was supposed to receive it along with the 12 apostles and an altar piece.
The execution of the entire group was so long that the emperor’s widow died before completion and the Madonna was delivered to Count Brühl instead. Prince-Elector Clemens August of Cologne received a second version with polychrome painted decoration, a third unpainted one remained at the Electoral Saxon Court in Dresden. With a cross in his hands, the Christ Child is depicted in the act of conquering the evil the dragon represents.

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

ursula.rohringer@dorotheum.at

02.06.2021 - 16:00

Odhadní cena:
EUR 4.800,- do EUR 6.000,-

Mary Immaculate,


the Mother of God standing on a gold Moon Sickle, blue globe and dragon, she is holding the Christ child with a golden cross in his hands, mother and child are looking majestically at the writhing dragon and his open mouth; she is dressed with a white headscarf, dress and white cloak with very delicate golden embroidery borders, under her dress both feet are visible, standing on the dragon to condemn him, porcelain, polychromed and gilt, height 45 cm, stand with open segment for pedestal
Meissen, underglaze blue crossed swords mark 1924–1934, former no. 903, model by Johann Joachim Kändler 1738 (Ru)

Lit.:
Porzellan Sammlung Dresden, Führer durch die ständige Ausstellung im Zwinger, p. 223, Kändler had already created the model for the statuette of Mary Immaculate in 1738 and mentions it in his work journal in July... 'a Mother of God of the same size as the apostles, which was also commissioned by the Royal Court' ... This model of Mary Immaculate was intended for the widow of the Austrian Emperor, Wilhelmine Amalia, 1672-1742, who was supposed to receive it along with the 12 apostles and an altar piece.
The execution of the entire group was so long that the emperor’s widow died before completion and the Madonna was delivered to Count Brühl instead. Prince-Elector Clemens August of Cologne received a second version with polychrome painted decoration, a third unpainted one remained at the Electoral Saxon Court in Dresden. With a cross in his hands, the Christ Child is depicted in the act of conquering the evil the dragon represents.

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

ursula.rohringer@dorotheum.at


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