Sculpture Studies in Honour of Christian Theuerkauff

Edited by Regine Marth and Marjorie Trusted

Edited by Regine Marth and Marjorie Trusted

Distributed for Hirmer Publishers

240 pages | 117 color plates, 28 halftones | 8 3/5 x 11 1/5 | © 2011
Cloth $98.00 ISBN: 9783777444215 Published March 2012 For sale in North America and Japan only

 

Since the 1960s, renowned art historian Christian Theuerkauff has conducted groundbreaking research into small sculptures by both established and lesser-known artists —some identified by Theuerkauff for the first time. His works are today widely considered to be standard references in the field.
 
In honor of Theuerkauff’s seventy-fifth birthday, Regine Marth and Marjorie Trusted have brought together a diverse group of art historians from Germany, the United States, Great Britain, Italy, France, Spain, and Scandinavia to present the latest insights on sculpture and applied art from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. In view of Theuerkauff’s wide-ranging interests, the twenty-eight essays—complemented by ample illustrations—consider a similarly broad range of topics, including ivory sculptures and carvings, clay pieces, and marble and bronze works. Among the artists included are Gert van Egen, Francis van Bossuit, Balthasar Griebmann, David Le Marchand, Jean Cavalier, and Simon Troger.

 

Contents
Multi-language Edition

Tabula Gratulatoria
Foreword
Bibliographie Christian Theuerkauff
Persönliche Erinnerungen
Erinnerungen eines Elfenbeinsammlers
      Reiner Winkler
Es wirkt
      Bernd Wolfgang Lindemann
16. Jahrhundert
Esculturas italianas de marfil en España de los siglos XVI al XVIII con nuevas noticias sobre Gualterio, Beissonat y Caffieri
      Margarita Estella
17. Jahrhundert
Gert van Egen, Sculptor to the Royal Danish Court, revisited
      Wolfram Koeppe
A Pair of Ivory Medallions from the Pretiosa Collection of Hedwig Eleonora of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf (1636–1715)
      Lisa Skogh
Brazilian Ivory Furniture
      Mogens Bencard
More Pieces in the Puzzle. Additions to the Œuvre of Master Ivory Carvers
      Johanna Hecht
From Salzburg to London via Rome. An Ivory by Balthasar Griessmann in the Victoria and Albert Museum
      Marjorie Trusted
Bathsheba and Susanna. Two Ivory Reliefs by Francis van Bossuit
      Jeremy Warren
Ivory, Print and the Aesthetics of Devotion. Prints after Pierre-Simon Jaillot, Sculptor in Ivory
      Malcolm Baker
The Berlin Charity and Avarice. Two Unsolved Problems
      Jennifer Montagu
Jean Gaulette, sculpteur et ivoirier dieppois
      Pierre Ickowicz
Die Bronzedenkmäler von Andreas Schlüter und Johann Jacobi zwischen Kostümfrage, internationalem Prestige und Künstlerruhm
      Guido Hinterkeuser
Unusual Loot. Seven Ivory and Wood Groups from Würzburg
      Kirsten Aschengreen Piacenti
An Ivory Chair for the Order of the Elephant. Addenda to the Œuvre of Joachim Henne (1663–1707)
      Jørgen Hein
Ein gedrechselter Deckelpokal aus Elfenbein von Georg Steiner, Hofelfenbeindrechsler des Kurfürsten Johann Wilhem von der Pfalz
      Jens Ludwig Burk
Das Bildnis des Melchior de Polignac von Jean Cavalier (1693). Eine Spurensuche zwischen London, Dresden und Kopenhagen
      Jutta Kappel
18. Jahrhundert
Auftrag und Sammlung. Die Ehrenmale Herzog August Wilhelms in Braunschweig
      Regine Marth
Eine Wiederentdeckung: Johann Christoph Ludwig Lückes Elfenbeinbüste des Hamburger Kaufmanns Johann Hinrich Dimpfel
      George Laue and Virginie Spenlé
David Le Marchand (1674–1726): Addenda to the Catalogue
      Charles Avery
A Virtuoso Ivory Carving by David Le Marchand (1674–1726): Louis XIV Victorious
      Aileen Dawson
Pretiosen und Schatzkunststücke der Dinglinger-Familie für Herzog Christian Ludwig II. von Mecklenburg-Schwerin
      Karin Annette Möller
So aller Orten grosse Verwunderung und Beyfahl gefunden. Die Elfenbeinwerke von Simon Troger im Bayerischen Nationalmuseum
      Astrid Scherp
Recognizing the Hand of Simon Troger (1683–1768)
      Scott Defrin
LeClercq's Marble Group of Eros and Anteros fighting over a Heart
      Patricia Wengraf
19. Jahrhundert
Das Porträt eines glücklichen Menschen. Ein kürzlich identifiziertes Bildnismedaillon des Dominique-Vivant Denon von Joseph Chinard in der Berliner Skulpturensammlung
      Hans-Ulrich Kessler
Une pendule en ivoire par Moreau à Châlonsen-Champagne
      Philippe Malgouyres
Von der zweiten in die dritte Dimension. Elfenbeinskulpturen nach Zeichnungen von Hans Holbein d. J.
      Barbara Simon

Anhang 
Bibliographie
Biographien der Autoren und Autorinnen
Impressum
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