October - a boy with apples. Denmark, Copenhagen, Royal Copenhagen.

Royal Copenhagen

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Porcelain figurine from the series "Months of the year" - "October - boy with apples". Hand-painted underglaze.

Denmark, Copenhagen, Royal Copenhagen, 1963. Sculptor: Hans H. Hansen. Manufacturer's mark. Model number - 4532. Initials of the artist who painted the figurine: TL.

Height - 16 cm.

First-class figurine. Without chips, damage, and without restorations.

Lot No. 4964
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Porcelain figurines of children

Porcelain figurines of children
Features Porcelain figurines of children, produced by the Danish company Bing & Grondahl in Copenhagen, have several characteristic features: Realism: The figurines of children are made in a realistic style that displays the real features of the face and body of children. Sense of movement: Some figurines of children depict them in motion - running, playing, jumping, which adds a sense of life and dynamics to the composition. Tenderness: Many figurines of children radiate a feeling of tenderness and warmth, which reflects the affection and love that parents feel for their children. Bright colors: The colors used in the figurines are often striking - red, green, yellow and blue tones create bright and attractive compositions. Finishing: Each figurine of children goes through a multi-stage manufacturing process, including blowing out the figure, reviving the details and applying a complex finish. This gives each statuette a unique and detailed look. At Bing & Grondahl factory in Copenhagen, there were many sculptors who created figurines of children. Some of the most famous sculptors who worked at the factory and used the theme of children in their works include: Helen Cross is an American sculptor who joined the factory in 1923 and created many beautiful figurines of children. Johannes Wiedewelt is a Danish sculptor who has worked at the factory since the 1870s. He created many figurines, including children's ones, which are distinguished by tenderness and artistic expressiveness. Vilhelm Hansen is a Danish sculptor who has worked at the factory since the 1890s. He created many figurines of children, which are distinguished by realism and expressiveness. Ingeborg Plockross-Irminger is a Danish sculptor who worked at the factory in the early 20th century. She has created many figurines of children, which are distinguished by expressiveness and tenderness. These are just a few examples of sculptors who worked at the Bing & Grondahl factory and created figurines of children. Each sculptor made his own contribution to the collection of figurines that the factory produced. Sculptors who worked at Bing & Grondahl factory in Copenhagen and created figurines of children: Emilie Brandstrup (Emilie Brandstrup) is a Danish sculptor who worked at the factory in the late 19th and early 20th century. She created figurines of children, characterized by a high degree of realism and emotional expressiveness. Christian Thomsen is a Danish sculptor who worked at a factory in the middle of the 20th century. He created figurines of children, which were distinguished by fine proportionality and grace. Carl Wilhelm Hartmann (Carl Wilhelm Hartmann) is a Danish sculptor who worked at the factory in the 1880s. He created many figurines of children, distinguished by a high level of detail and realism. Wilhelm Hansen-Berg (Vilhelm Hansen-Berg) is a Danish sculptor who worked at the factory in the 1900s. He created figurines of children, which were distinguished by fine proportionality and emotional expressiveness. Frederik Vilhelm Grønvold Viborg is a Danish sculptor who worked at the factory in the late 19th and early 20th century. He created figurines of children who were distinguished by cheerfulness and simplicity. These are just some of the examples of talented sculptors who worked at Bing & Grondahl factory and created wonderful figurines of children. Each of them has contributed to the development of this unique art.

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