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THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART JOURNAL | VOLUME 31

"Graphic Sources for Meissen Porcelain: Origins of the Print Collection in the Meissen Archive"

Cassidy-Geiger, Maureen
1996
28 pages
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Maureen Cassidy-Geiger

Met Art in Publication

Insects and the Head of a Wind God, Joris Hoefnagel  Netherlandish, Pen and brown ink, colored washes, gold paint, on vellum
ca. 1590–1600
Teapot, Meissen Manufactory  German, Hard-paste porcelain, German, Meissen
ca. 1720–25
Pantaloon, Meissen Manufactory  German, Red stoneware, partially polished, German, Meissen
Multiple artists/makers
ca. 1710–13
Plate, Meissen Manufactory  German, Hard-paste porcelain, German, Meissen
ca. 1730–35
Teapot with equestrian scene, Meissen Manufactory  German, Hard-paste porcelain decorated in polychrome enamels, gold, German, Meissen
1722–23
Bowl, Meissen Manufactory  German, Hard-paste porcelain, German, Meissen
ca. 1735
Bowl with cover (part of a set), Meissen Manufactory  German, Hard-paste porcelain, German, Meissen
decorated ca. 1725–30
Cup with the Arms of Poland/Saxony and Naples/Sicily, Meissen Manufactory  German, Hard-paste porcelain, German, Meissen
Multiple artists/makers
ca. 1745–47

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