After Gotthilf Jaeger (German, 1871-1933) Cold-painted Bronze and Ivory Figure of a Young Falconer

Date Created: 31 August 2016

Author: Gotthilf Jaeger (German, 1871-1933)

Source: the Internet

Owner: Skinner

Location: USA

Link to: Website

  • Germany
  • Hawk
  • Sculpture
  • 19th Century
  • 20th Century
  • Training
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After Gotthilf Jaeger (German, 1871-1933)

Cold-painted Bronze and Ivory Figure of a Young Falconer, cast in a polychrome medieval page's uniform with a falcon seated on one hand, raised on a marble base, bronze signed "G. Jaeger." and "RM," possibly for Rosenthal and Maeder, Berlin, bronze ht. 9 3/8 in.
Estimate $1,000-1,500

Rubbing to polychrome areas. Ivory with shrinkage cracks to head. Neck painted over and hand with repair and overpainting.


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