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Четверг, 27 Июнь 2019

Аукционы Русское искусство

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Seltene russische Porzellangemäldeplatte
Detailabbildung: Seltene russische Porzellangemäldeplatte
Detailabbildung: Seltene russische Porzellangemäldeplatte
Detailabbildung: Seltene russische Porzellangemäldeplatte

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Seltene russische Porzellangemäldeplatte

27 x 36 cm.
Rahmenmaß: 45 x 55 cm. 
Rückseitig beschriftet sowie datiert „1853“ mit blauer Porzellanmarke der Kaiserlichen Porzellanmanufaktur
St. Petersburg.

каталожная стоимость € 20.000 - 30.000 каталожная стоимость€ 20.000 - 30.000  $ 21,800 - 32,700
£ 17,600 - 26,400
元 156,600 - 234,900
₽ 1,409,800 - 2,114,700

 

Beigegeben ausführliche Beschreibung und Dokumentation in Kyrillisch.

Mit Darstellung dreier Heiligengestalten der Orthodoxen Kirche: Die drei Märtyrer im Ornat, jeweils mit Strahlennimbus, im Dreiviertelbildnis nebeneinander stehend. Über den Köpfen beschriftet, Heiliger Bischof „Mitrophan“ (1623–1703), der Märtyrer „Antipas“ sowie der Märtyrer „Adrian“ (gest. 1550). (1190693) (11)


Rare Russian porcelain painting
27 x 36 cm.
Inscribed and dated “1853” on the reverse and with blue porcelain mark of the Imperial Porcelain Factory St. Petersburg.

Accompanied by a detailed report and documentation in cyrillic.

With depiction of three saints of the Eastern Orthodox Church: the three martyrs are standing next to each other in three-quarter length portrait and are dressed in regalia each with a radiant nimbus. With inscriptions above their heads: Holy bishop “Mitrophan” (1623 – 1703), martyr “Antipas” and martyr “Adrian” (died 1550).

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.