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"Johann Friedrich v. Seegebarth", KPM bas-relief after model by Daniel Loos, 1817/18
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This work was produced at the Berlin Royal Porcelain Manufactory (KPM; for a similar piece, see our web #31791). This biscuit porcelain bas-relief was made in the so-called "Wedgwood technique" after the model of well-known Berlin court medalist, Daniel Loss (1735-1819; for his biography, see our image nr.6).
The same model by Loss was used in 1817 as the prototype for a much smaller (4,5cm in diameter), silver memorial medal (see our image nr.5), which was instituted to commemorate 50 years of civil service of the sitter in this bas-relief portrait - then almost 69 year old Director of Prussian Royal Post, Johann Friedrich von Seegenbarth (for his biography, see our images nr.7-8).
Provenance: private collection, Berlin
Condition: good; in original frame with convex glass
Creation Year: 1817/18
Measurements: UNFRAMED:13,5x13,5cm/5,3x5,3in FRAMED: 15,3x15,3cm/6,0x6,0in
Object Type: Framed bas-relief
Technique: painted biscuit porcelain
Creator: German School
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