12 - 13 October 2009
A Soviet Biscuit Porcelain Figure OF A GIRL WITH A SHEAF OF CORN
probably the State Porcelain Factory, circa 1940
Realistically modelled, the figure with left hand raised above her eyes, looking forward, a sheaf of corn held in her right hand, on a semi-circular base, apparently unmarked, base scratched '26'
9 1/8 in. (23.2 cm.) high
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For similar porcelain figures see Trento, Museum of Modern Art, The
Sandretti Collection of 20th century Russian Art, figures no. 126,
127, and 128.
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