An Allegory of Painting by E. Tell
An Allegory of Painting by E. Tell
An Allegory of Painting by E. Tell
An Allegory of Painting by E. Tell
An Allegory of Painting by E. Tell
An Allegory of Painting by E. Tell

An Allegory of Painting by E. Tell

c. 1890 Italy

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An Allegory of Painting by E. Tell Carved in great detail in Carrara marble, the female figure, seemingly in flight, holds a paintbrush and a palette Italian, Circa 1890
The artist E. Tell is primarily associated with the renowned Austrian Goldscheider porcelain manufactory, founded by Freidrich Goldscheider in 1885 (1845-1897). Many famous artists including Josef Lorenzl and Michael Powolny worked for the firm. Tell contributed a series of terracotta sculptures of seated maidens painting with a palette in their hands to Goldscheider, of which this marble is most likely an opulent prototype.
Dimensions
Height 80.00 cm (31.50 inches)
Width 21.00 cm (8.27 inches)
Depth 25.00 cm (9.84 inches)
Stock Code
9147
Medium
Marble
Signed/Inscribed
Signed "E. Tell" to the base
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