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Andreas Pleininger (active 1585 - d.1607)

South German, Regensburg
dated 1595 and signed with the initials A.P.

A RARE KEHLHEIMER STONE ARMORIAL COMMEMORATIVE MARRIAGE PLAQUE
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Andreas Pleininger (active 1585 - d.1607)

South German, Regensburg
dated 1595 and signed with the initials A.P.

A RARE KEHLHEIMER STONE ARMORIAL COMMEMORATIVE MARRIAGE PLAQUE
Estimation
12 00018 000
Lot. Vendu 10,800 GBP (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
ACCÉDER AU LOT

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Andreas Pleininger (active 1585 - d.1607)

South German, Regensburg
dated 1595 and signed with the initials A.P.

A RARE KEHLHEIMER STONE ARMORIAL COMMEMORATIVE MARRIAGE PLAQUE
inscribed Stephanus Neuvecky.Röm.Kay.Mstt.etc.Mautner zu Hungarn, Barbara geborene Fürtenbacherin sein ehelich gehamel, of square section etched with the arms of Neuvecky and Furtenbach, within scrollwork mantling within a roundel , the border below and the spandrels with further scrollwork, traces of red, black and gold, mounted on steel frame (2)
the plaque: 30.5cm., 12in.
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Provenance

Emil Weinberger Collection, Vienna (sold, 22-24 October 1929, lot 272, bought for 1000 schillings)
Rudolf Just Collection, sold Sotheby's London 11 December 2001 lot 131

Description

Andreas Pleininger is recorded from 1585 as organist and sexton attached to the parish church in Gmunden and from 1600 in Regensburg. His etched and polychromed Kehlheimer stone oeuvre includes sundials, calendars and memorial plaques. He died in 1607. Kehlheimer stone, also known as Solhofen stone and Pierre de Munich is a calciferous limestone from the Jurassic era which was mined in the Kehlheim quarry near Regensburg and is known for its durable qualities.

RELATED LITERATURE
Lanna Collection catalogue, vol I 1909 lots 213-215 see Lot 214 with full signature of Andreas Pleininger; Schmetzer, p.326

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