Vase, Meissener Porzellan Manufaktur, c. 1730 - c. 1735

Vase, Meissener Porzellan Manufaktur, c. 1730 - c. 1735

porcelain (material), h 35.5cm × d 20.8cm More details

The German porcelain factory at Meissen was set up in 1710, and it soon attracted talented young artists. One of them, Johann Gregor Höroldt, initiated the practice of buying prints to use as models, and often borrowed prints from August II the Strong’s library in nearby Dresden. Höroldt was likely responsible for introducing Schenk’s Dutch designs into the Meissen porcelain workshop.

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