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Lot No. 866


Anton Kothgasser - A pictorial plate,


Anton Kothgasser - A pictorial plate, - Works of Art

porcelain, the body with wide gilt edging and dark red Rand, gilt moulded borders with ovals and beads, gilt leaf festoons in the white centre, the inner rim with bright gilt painted leaves and tendrils on a matt gilt band, the centre with dark brown ground and polychrome painted scene, an cupid with quiver standing atop a tub-carriage with wheels in the water, holding light purple bands in the right hand reining in 2 serpents, in the left hand a palm branch to whip up the serpents, after Raphael, Ø 24,2 cm,
Vienna, Imperial Manufactory, underglaze blue Austrian shield, date 1798, turner no. 32 Mathias Ameseder as of 1783, gilt painter no. 96 Anton Kothgasser, foremost design painter at the Vienna Manufactory 1784-1816 (Ru)

After a gouache on cardboard, based on a design by Raphael (1483- 1520) from the bathroom of Cardinal Bibbiena (1513-1520), at the Vatican, Rome, The gouache was made by Michelangelo Maestri (1750- 1812 Rome), many of whose highly decorative gouaches contain motifs from the then only recently discovered rooms at Pompeii and Herculaneum or, as in the present case, are based on designs of Raphael and his student Giulio Romano.
Raffaello Santi, (Urbino 6.4.1483-6.4.1520 Rome), painter and architect, called to Rome by Pope Julius II., in 1515 appointed construction supervisor of St Peter's Cathedral and conservator of the monuments of antiquity by Leo X.

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

ursula.rohringer@dorotheum.at

26.04.2017 - 15:00

Estimate:
EUR 6,000.- to EUR 8,000.-

Anton Kothgasser - A pictorial plate,


porcelain, the body with wide gilt edging and dark red Rand, gilt moulded borders with ovals and beads, gilt leaf festoons in the white centre, the inner rim with bright gilt painted leaves and tendrils on a matt gilt band, the centre with dark brown ground and polychrome painted scene, an cupid with quiver standing atop a tub-carriage with wheels in the water, holding light purple bands in the right hand reining in 2 serpents, in the left hand a palm branch to whip up the serpents, after Raphael, Ø 24,2 cm,
Vienna, Imperial Manufactory, underglaze blue Austrian shield, date 1798, turner no. 32 Mathias Ameseder as of 1783, gilt painter no. 96 Anton Kothgasser, foremost design painter at the Vienna Manufactory 1784-1816 (Ru)

After a gouache on cardboard, based on a design by Raphael (1483- 1520) from the bathroom of Cardinal Bibbiena (1513-1520), at the Vatican, Rome, The gouache was made by Michelangelo Maestri (1750- 1812 Rome), many of whose highly decorative gouaches contain motifs from the then only recently discovered rooms at Pompeii and Herculaneum or, as in the present case, are based on designs of Raphael and his student Giulio Romano.
Raffaello Santi, (Urbino 6.4.1483-6.4.1520 Rome), painter and architect, called to Rome by Pope Julius II., in 1515 appointed construction supervisor of St Peter's Cathedral and conservator of the monuments of antiquity by Leo X.

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

ursula.rohringer@dorotheum.at


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Auction: Works of Art - Furniture, Sculptures, Glass and Porcelain
Date: 26.04.2017 - 15:00
Location: Vienna | Palais Dorotheum
Exhibition: 15.04. - 26.04.2017