21 juin 2019

Desmet Gallery at London Art Week 2019

Leonhard Kern (1588-1662) circle of ,After the model by Peter Vischer the Younger (1487-1525), Orpheus losing Eurydice at the gates of the Hades, 2nd Quarter 17th Century, German Alabaster, S. Germany, H 17,3 x W 15,3 cm (H 6,8 x W 6,0 inch), Desmet Gallery. © 2019 London Art Week Massimiliano Soldani Benzi (1656 - 1740), attributed, Crucifixion, Italian, early 18th century. Vanitas Bronze Christ, fixed to wooden cross on marble base. Christ: H 37 x W 27 cm (H 14,57 x W 10,62... [Lire la suite]
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10 mars 2019

Kunstskammer Georg Laue at TEFAF Maastricht

Cabinet of curiosities arranged by Georg Laue according to historical record, 16th-17th centuries. Mixed media, 62 x 78 cm (24.4 x 30.7 in.). Kunstskammer Georg Laue at TEFAF Maastricht, Stand 243, March 16-24, 2019. Court Nautilus Cup from Knutstorp Castle. Swedish silver mount, circa 1670. Etched nautilus shell, fire-gilt silver, Height 32 cm (12.6 in.). Kunstskammer Georg Laue at TEFAF Maastricht, Stand 243, March 16-24, 2019. Provenance: Knutstorp Castle, Countess Ebba WachtmeisterLiterature:Albin Roosval, Svenska slott och... [Lire la suite]
16 octobre 2017

Leonhard Kern (Forchtenberg 1588-1662 Schwäbisch Hall), Hercules and Hippolyta, Circa 1615-20

Leonhard Kern (Forchtenberg 1588-1662 Schwäbisch Hall), Hercules and Hippolyta, Circa 1615-20. Alabaster. Height 82 cm (32.2 in.) © Blumka Gallery In this work Kern depicts one of the 'Twelve Labors of Hercules', specifically the stealing of the Amazonian Queen, Hippolyta's belt, which protects her from harm. The struggle between Hercules and Hippolyta results in Amazon Queen's death. The figures' twisting forms are reminiscent of Giambologna's 'Rape of the Sabines' from 1580-81. It is possible Kern's sculpture... [Lire la suite]
02 juillet 2016

Attributed to Leonhard Kern (1588-1662), German, Schwäbisch Hall, circa 1625-1630, Saturn devouring his children

Lot 108. Attributed to Leonhard Kern (1588-1662), German, Schwäbisch Hall, circa 1625-1630, Saturn devouring his children, ivory, 27.2cm., 10 5/8 in. Estimate 150,000 — 200,000 GBP. Photo Sotheby's Provenance: Professor Michael Jaffé CBE (1923-1997), Cambridge, United Kingdom; and thence by family descent; on loan to the Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom (1976 - 2016) Bibliography: C. Theuerkauff, 'Addenda und Anmerkungen zum... [Lire la suite]
20 mars 2016

Kunstkammer Georg Laue at TEFAF Maastricht 2016

Leonhard Kern (Forchtenberg 1588-1662 Schwäbisch Hall), Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden, Circa 1614-20, Alabaster, 30.5 x 22 cm. Kunstkammer Georg Laue (stand 204) © TEFAF Maastricht, 2016 Featuring Adam and Eve in the aftermath of the original sin, this alabaster relief belongs to the few known sculptures produced by Leonhard Kern after his return from Italy in 1614 and before his settlement in Schwäbisch Hall in 1620. The high quality, realism and plasticity of the carving distinguish it as one of... [Lire la suite]
18 novembre 2011

Groupe en ivoire sculpté représentgant probablement un groupe du Massacre des Innocents. Attribué à Leonhard Kern (1588-1662)

Groupe en ivoire sculpté représentgant probablement un groupe du Massacre des Innocents. Attribué à Leonhard Kern (1588-1662), Allemagne, vers 1620-1630. Photo Christie's Image Ltd Se tenant debout en contrapposte, portant son fils de sa main droite, reposant sur une base circulaire entièrement sculptée; le revers portant une inscription à l'encre noir illisible. Hauteur: 30 cm. (11¾ in.) . Estimate €150,000 - €250,000 ($201,879 - $336,465). Price Realised €301,000 ($405,103) Le sujet de ce groupe représente probablement un... [Lire la suite]
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