Hare and rabbit figurines were hugely popular during the Art Nouveau period. As such, the Nymphenburg manufactory also produced the most varying of pieces. Without doubt, the king of our long-eared friends can only be Theodor Kärner’s Hare Lamprecht from 1913. At an impressive size of 28 centimetres, it represents quite a challenge to the modellers and shapers. The decorative freehand underglaze painting, which is so full of nuance, makes every animal one-of-a-kind, both in the shadows of its fur and in its characteristically alert facial expression. He can thank his old German name Lamprecht for his nickname "Lampe".
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  • Design

    Theodor Kärner, 1913
  • Detail

    Hand painted underglaze
  • Dimensions

    10 x 23 x 28 cm


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