Saturday, October 20, 2007

Jacob Ungerer, sculptor, (1840-1920) Mende Brunnen Denkmal, Leipzig, Saxony, Germany


Jocob Ungerer, -sculptor, (1840-1920), detail, Mende Brunnen Denkmal, Leipzig, Saxony, Germany
Munich Academy, Professor of Sculpture
Augustusplatz

{Mende well finances Thieriot from the donation means of the buyer widow Marianne Pauline Mende, geb. - after a draft of the N├╝rnberger architect Adolph Gnauth, gest. 1884 - Completion 1886 by Hugo light - Well inauguration 1886 - Plastics of Professor Ungerer sense-figurative Allegorie on the meaning of the water
Excellent design in the composition of the sculpture as well as the form content of this Neo-Hellenistic sculpture group. There is a slight amount of the Romantic Academic mixed within the style which limits the possibility of the work, still quite impressive.}, bloger, PBP


























































































































Jocob Ungerer, -sculptor, (1840-1920), detail, Mende Brunnen Denkmal, Leipzig, Saxony, Germany
Munich Academy, Professor of Sculpture
Augustusplatz
Mende well finances Thieriot from the donation means of the buyer widow Marianne Pauline Mende, geb. - after a draft of the N├╝rnberger architect Adolph Gnauth, gest. 1884 - Completion 1886 by Hugo light - Well inauguration 1886 - Plastics of Professor Ungerer sense-figurative Allegorie on the meaning of the water
























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