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Attributed to Paul Heermann (1673-1732)
German, Dresden, early 18th century
RELIEF WITH THE VIRGIN AND CHILD AND THE YOUNG SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST
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Attributed to Paul Heermann (1673-1732)
German, Dresden, early 18th century
RELIEF WITH THE VIRGIN AND CHILD AND THE YOUNG SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST
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Old Master Sculpture and Works of Art Including Highlights from the Reinhold Hofstätter Collection

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Attributed to Paul Heermann (1673-1732)
German, Dresden, early 18th century
RELIEF WITH THE VIRGIN AND CHILD AND THE YOUNG SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST
monogrammed: PH on the underside of St. John's thigh and inscribed: Johann Peter Hencke Mainzer Bildhauer, gest.1777 in ink on the back of the frame 
ivory, in a glazed wood and metal frame
ivory: 19 by 14cm., 7½ by 5½in.
22 by 17 by 6.5cm., 8¾ by 6¾ by 6½in. overall
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Provenance

Kunsthaus Malmedé, Bonn, deaccessioned 1947;
Paul and Elsa Vogel, Lucerne, Switzerland

Catalogue Note

The present composition can be closely compared with a relief sold in these rooms on 8 December 1988, lot 368, unsigned. Compare also with a Bottger stoneware plaque sold Christies London 19 May 1993 by PH, who modelled for Bottger from 1708 onwards.

Old Master Sculpture and Works of Art Including Highlights from the Reinhold Hofstätter Collection

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