28 October 2003
AN L. HUTSCHENREUTHER RECTANGULAR PLAQUE
Late 19th/20th century, impressed monogram mark, inscribed lower right n(ach). C. Ehrenberg.
Possibly emblematic of History personified by a winged Victory accompanied by two female scribes
13 x 10in. (33 x 25.5cm.), within a carved giltwood frame
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This plaque is painted after the original by Carl Gottfried Ferdinand Ehrenberg. He was born in 1840, lived in Dresden and was a painter of allegorical subjets and portraits and exhibited in the Académie Royale in 1876.
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