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KPM – Sculpture on a Small Scale - Berlin Porcelain Figurines from 1751 to 1825

Kunstgewerbemuseum | Berlin
€6 - €12
Visitors will be able to see some 150 porcelain figurines created during a period that marked the transition from Rococo, the dominant style under Frederick the Great, to Neoclassicism. The period covered by both the exhibition and book spans the first seventy-five years of porcelain production in Berlin. This includes the period when two private companies, owned by Wilhelm Caspar Wegely and Johann Ernst Gotzkowsky respectively, operated (albeit briefly) as early pioneers of porcelain production in the city. It was there and, more particularly, at KPM, founded in 1763 at the behest of the Prussian King Frederick II, that numerous new figurines were created and gained a reputation for the high quality of their sculptural design.

The exhibition is over since the 28/01/2018

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  • Name: Kunstgewerbemuseum
  • Address: Matthäikirchplatz - 10785 - Berlin - Allemagne
  • Phone: (49) 030 266 42 42 42


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