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“The Judgment of Paris” - Large Group with the Handsome Prince Paris and the Goddesses Aphrodite, Athena and Hera, Vienna,


biscuit porcelain, the prince sitting and shading his eyes with his left arm, dazzled by the beauty of the 3 goddesses, in his right hand holding the apple for the most beautiful among them; the goddess Aphrodite standing in the chariot, adorned with a diadem in her hair and holding the falling cloth over her nakedness, her body and gaze turned towards Paris; in the foreground the unclothed Hera, also looking towards Paris; Aphrodite standing to the side, looking away, holding the helmet with her right hand and the shield with the Gorgon's head in her left, on the oval rock base Paris’s dog is watching, height 50 cm
Ernst Wahliss Manufactory, Vienna c. 1910, blue crowned barred shield mark and impressed name mark Wahliss, former no. 2, model by Anton Grassi late 18th century (Ru) 

Lit.:
Wilhelm Mrazek, Waltraud Neuwirth, Wiener Porzellan 1718-1864, MAK 1970, p. 37, Grassi Anton, Vienna 1755-31.12.1807 Vienna, from 1769 onwards listed in the student lists of the Academy. From 1768 to 1774 with Franz Xaver Messerschmidt. From 1778, modeller at the Vienna Porcelain Factory as adjunct of Johann Josef Niedermayer. He worked with Beyer at Schönbrunn, from 1784 to 1807 he was a model master, in 1790 he became a member of the Vienna academy. In 1792 he undertook a trip to Italy, and from 1794 onwards he was in charge of the advanced art classes in painting and history and landscape painting.
PARIS, the beautiful Trojan prince from Greek mythology, son of Priam and Hecuba, who abandons him on Mount Ida, where he later receives Aphrodite, Athena and Hera as a shepherd and decides their dispute, conjured up by Eris, in favour of Aphrodite. The latter goddess fulfills her promise to find him the most beautiful wife by helping him kidnap Helena, which eventually led to the Trojan War.

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

ursula.rohringer@dorotheum.at

04.11.2021 - 14:00

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“The Judgment of Paris” - Large Group with the Handsome Prince Paris and the Goddesses Aphrodite, Athena and Hera, Vienna,


biscuit porcelain, the prince sitting and shading his eyes with his left arm, dazzled by the beauty of the 3 goddesses, in his right hand holding the apple for the most beautiful among them; the goddess Aphrodite standing in the chariot, adorned with a diadem in her hair and holding the falling cloth over her nakedness, her body and gaze turned towards Paris; in the foreground the unclothed Hera, also looking towards Paris; Aphrodite standing to the side, looking away, holding the helmet with her right hand and the shield with the Gorgon's head in her left, on the oval rock base Paris’s dog is watching, height 50 cm
Ernst Wahliss Manufactory, Vienna c. 1910, blue crowned barred shield mark and impressed name mark Wahliss, former no. 2, model by Anton Grassi late 18th century (Ru) 

Lit.:
Wilhelm Mrazek, Waltraud Neuwirth, Wiener Porzellan 1718-1864, MAK 1970, p. 37, Grassi Anton, Vienna 1755-31.12.1807 Vienna, from 1769 onwards listed in the student lists of the Academy. From 1768 to 1774 with Franz Xaver Messerschmidt. From 1778, modeller at the Vienna Porcelain Factory as adjunct of Johann Josef Niedermayer. He worked with Beyer at Schönbrunn, from 1784 to 1807 he was a model master, in 1790 he became a member of the Vienna academy. In 1792 he undertook a trip to Italy, and from 1794 onwards he was in charge of the advanced art classes in painting and history and landscape painting.
PARIS, the beautiful Trojan prince from Greek mythology, son of Priam and Hecuba, who abandons him on Mount Ida, where he later receives Aphrodite, Athena and Hera as a shepherd and decides their dispute, conjured up by Eris, in favour of Aphrodite. The latter goddess fulfills her promise to find him the most beautiful wife by helping him kidnap Helena, which eventually led to the Trojan War.

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

ursula.rohringer@dorotheum.at


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