Manufactory Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory German
After a model by Franz Anton Bustelli Swiss

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Bustelli treated his figures like actors performing to the music of Purcell or Mozart. He knew how to make porcelain the ideal vehicle for the creation of small sculptures, and how to impersonate in his charades the lighthearted charm that is the essence of rococo art.

Pantaloon, Nymphenburg Porcelain Manufactory (German, 1747–present), Hard-paste porcelain, German, Nymphenburg

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