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Johann Georg Platzer, im Atelier des Malers, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

Johann Georg Platzer

The painter’s studio Johann Georg Platzer (St. Michael / Eppan 1704 – 1761) Counterpart to « The sculptor’s studio » Oil / copper 35.5 × 54.9 cm Request for the object

Manufaktur Werner & Mieth, Achtarmiger Leuchter, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer


Eight-Light-Chandelier so-called “Krone mit Arabesquen Bogenkanten” by Werner & Mieth, Berlin 1796/97 Ormolu, partial silvered and cut crystal. Height 152.5 cm Ø 86 cm A near identical – but since the 2nd World War lost – chandelier was delivered 1797 by Werner & Mieth to Frederik II’s winter apartment at Schloss

Jaques Dubois, Bureau Plat, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

Louis XV-Bureau Plât

Louis XV-Bureau Plât Jacques Dubois (1694 – Pontoise – 1763 / maître 1742) Stamped “I.Dubois JME”. Paris, ca. 1745 – 49 Kingwood, ormolu mounts (stamped with poinçon au “C couronné”). 79 × 165 × 88 cm Literature François de Salverte: “Les Ebenistes du XVIII siècle”, p. 160 ff. Provenance Collection Clemente Ferrari, Genua Request for

Cornelis Daniel Thelott , kleiner Hausaltar, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer


Kleiner Hausaltar Cornelis Daniel Thelott (1655 – 1734 ) and Christian Drentwett the Elder (1689 – 1737 ) Augsburg, ca 1710 Signed lower right “C.D.Thelot“ (middle relief) and “CD” (in the oval). Silver reliefs, tortoise-shell and silver foil. 48 × 37.5 × 18.5 cm (18.9 × 14.8 × 7.3 inch) Provenance Private

Francois Habert, Prunkstillleben, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

François Habert

PRONK STILL-LIFE François Habert (active in Paris – in the mid 17th century) With silver-gilt dishes, fruits and flowers on a blue silk fabric, draped on a stone console. 90 × 121 cm Typical for the work of François Habert is the influence of important Flemish still life painters

Lorenz Zick, Gedrechselter Elfenbeinpokal, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

South German turned Ivory Cup and Cover

South German turned Ivory Cup and Cover Workshop of Lorenz Zick (1594 – 1660) Nuremberg, ca. 1640 height 28 cm The stepped nine-facetted base with scrolling openwork freeze holds a stem which comprises staggered stacked elements. The body of turned lobed form with waved design. The conforming lid topped

Gottfried Wolffram, Höfische Elfenbeindose, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

A courtly turned lidded ivory Box

A Courtly Turned Lidded Ivory Box Gottfried Wolffram (before 1683 – Copenhagen – 1716) Copenhagen, ca 1710 Decorated with landscaped carvings after engravings by Gabriel Perelle (1603 – 1677). Ø 9.8 cm Height 4.6 cm Gottfried Wolffram was appointed to “Court ivory-turner” of the Danish king in 1691 (Hein, 1991, ibid.). Request

Ulrich Sautter, Paar Renaissance Häufebecher mit Mauresken-Dekor, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

A Pair of German silver-gilt Stacking Beakers

A Pair of German Silver-Gilt Stacking Beakers with mauresque decor Ulrich Sautter (Master 1573) Ulm, ca. 1580/ 90   height 8.5cm weight 152 g    Silver chased, engraved, etched and partially gilt. Hallmark: Ulm (R3, III, Nr.4730) Masters mark: Ulrich Sautter (master 1573) (R3, III, Nr. 4730) Monogram of an owner from 1855

Jacob Philipp Hackert, Arkardische Landschaft, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

Jacob Philipp Hackert

Resting bandits in arcadic landscape Jacob Philipp Hackert (Prenzlau 1737 – 1807 Florence) Oil on canvas each 120 × 178 cm signed lower right “J.Phi. Hackert / pinx: à Roma / 1773” Counterpart to « Arcadic landscape with Mercury, Argus and Io » Request for the object