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Giacomo Raffaelli, 1753 – 1836, zug.
Detailabbildung: Giacomo Raffaelli, 1753 – 1836, zug.
Detailabbildung: Giacomo Raffaelli, 1753 – 1836, zug.
Detailabbildung: Giacomo Raffaelli, 1753 – 1836, zug.

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Giacomo Raffaelli,
1753 – 1836, zug.

TabatiÈre mit den Tauben des Plinius 6,7 x 4,5 cm.
Gewicht: 67 g.
Pariser Beschau (1819-1838).
Paris, 1819 – 1838.

Prezzo del catalogo € 7.500 - 9.000 Prezzo del catalogo€ 7.500 - 9.000  $ 8,400 - 10,080
£ 6,750 - 8,100
元 59,700 - 71,640
₽ 669,450 - 803,340

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Eleganter Korpus in Perlmutt mit Goldmontierung und deckelseitigem feinen Mikromosaik, die Tauben des Plinius zeigend. Der Künstler führte in Wien auch „Das letzte Abendmahl“ in der Minoritenkirche in Wien aus, welches von Napoleon I in Auftrag gegeben wurde.

Literatur:
Massimo Alfieri, New Notes on Giacomo Raffaelli and Michelangelo Barberi, In: Micromosaics: The Gilbert Collection, Jeanette Hanisee Gabriel, Anna Maria Massinelli, Judy Rudoe, Massimo Alfieri, Philip Wilson (Hrsg.), London 2000, S. 263-279. (12304150) (13)

This object has been individually compared to the information in the Art Loss Register data bank and is not registered there as stolen or missing.

 

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