Friday, October 19, 2007

List 19th. century sculptors of note Scandiavian/Baltic,Italian,Spanish,French

Jocob Ungerer, -sculptor, (1840-1920), detail, Mende Brunnen Denkmal, Leipzig, Saxony, Germany
Munich Academy, Professor of Sculpture
Mende well finances Thieriot from the donation means of the buyer widow Marianne Pauline Mende, geb. - after a draft of the Nürnberger 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
Scandinavia / Baltic : * Andreas Kolberg ( 1817 - unknown background from my research - I suspect his family is associated with Kolberg, Eastern Pomerania (Pommern, Land am Meer), Ost Preußen - 1869 ) – Hellenistic / one of the top sculptors for the 19th. Century period. - Lifesize ,“Drunkin Faun“,Neo-Hellenistic – beautiful sculpture one of the Best of the period, Bronze , Copenhagen - Vesterbro //; Johan Peter Molin – Sweden //; * Constantin Starck - ( 1866 Riga - 1939 ) Neo Hellenistic / 19TH. Century Academic, 1885 - 87 Kunstschule Stuttgart, 1887 - 91 Berliner Academy., Schüler von A: Wolff, F: Schaper, E: Herter - 1891 98 Meisterschüler von R. Begas - danach bis 1910 Lehrer der Unterrichtsanstalt des Berliner Kunstgewerbemuseums - 1898 Mitglied der Acad. der Künste Berlin. Werke für Berlin:
Italian 19th. century sculptors of note: * Francesco Barzaghi, - Milan - Neo-Hellenistic – and less appealing 19th. century realism: (Milano 1839 -1892). - Milan - Neo-Hellenistic – Attended the studies of Puttinati and Tantardini, and later on enrolled at the Academy of Brera, where he is student of Hunters. Professor at the Academy of Brera;/// * SAINT Saccomanno, Neo Hellenistic influence, one of the best Italian sculptors of the 19th. Century – (Genoa 1833 - 1914) Studied with Varni at the Academy Ligustica, (Tomba Chiarella, 1872), ( De Coast, 1877), Tomba Nicolò Lavarello (1890). "Eternal Sleep" - Tomba Carl Grass (1883), Tomba Acquarone (1899) - ; * Agusto Rivalta, - Genoa - Neo-Hellenistic - Romantic Academic Realism – , (Alexandria, Piemonte, Italy 1837- Florence 1925) studies end Ligustica Academy, in 1859, Florence, studied with Dupré. Staglieno ten works, between which the Tomba Carl Beam (1872), the Tomba Drago (the 1884) and Tomba Pallavicino Genoa ;/// * Giovanni Duprè - Giovanni Duprè - Italian Sculptor, 1817-1882, Opposed mannered imitation of the works of Antonio Canova. Dupré was the son of a carver in wood. Institute of art of Siena moved to Florence aligned with Bartolini. .;/// * Lorenzo Bartolini, - Italian Sculptor, 1777-1850, ;/// Pietro Tenerani ; /// Adriano Cecioni ; /// Giulio Monteverde
Spanish sculptors of note 19th. century:Luis Bonifas ; Damian Campany ; Jose Piquer Y Duart
French sculptors of note: * Jean-Pierre Cortot - - Paris, 1787 – Paris, 1843 Neo-Hellenistic early 19th. Century excellent "Le soldat de Marathon annonçant la victoire" 1834, Louvre, Paris, One of the four sculptural groups at the base of the Arc are The Triumph of 1810 (Jean-Pierre Cortot), Works – Paris: Arc de triomphe de l’Étoile: relief of Triumph (1810), Equestrian statue of Louis XIII, in the square of Louis XIII in the place des Vosges (1825) , In the Louvre: Daphne and Chloe (1824-1827) , Place de la Concorde: the French cities, statues representing Brest and Rouen (1835-1838) // * Ernest Dubois 1863 - 1931( not Paul ) Neo-Hellenistic – “The Pardon” marble life size – excellent composition and beautifully sculpted Neo Hellenictic – Glyptotek, Copenhagen, // * Jules Dalou - Mixed Styles – 1838 - 1902, Neo Hellenistic -17th. Century /Rubens / Romantic - Academic – some work being of poor quality (slick, and lacking any content), lacking in Hellenistic influence , staying within the weak French influence of Academic naturalism, other work arriving at more interesting and better designed elements, uneven output; // * Antoine-Louis Barye – Neo -Hellenistic / Romantic Academic 19th. Century his better work is quite impressive, tendencies to illustration in his lesser work //; * Jules Moigniez – beautifully sculpted bird subjects with a strong influence from Hellenistic Greek animal / bird sculpture; // * David D'Angers – Pierre-Jean David (Angers, 1788-Paris, 1856) his best work being his releifs ;// Ferdinand Pautrot ; //Charles Valton – student of Barye, made some more naturalistic animal sculpture, with underlying foundation of well executed form from the influence of Barye; //Pierre Jules Mene naturalistic – but beautifully executed animal sculpture – romantic realism style //; Christophe Fratin //; * Jean-Jacques Pradier (1790 - June 4, 1852) was a Swiss-born French sculptor best known for his work in the neoclassical style – very beautifully designed Hellenistic / Classical influenced sculpture – Hellenistic, Home base Geneva, Switzerland. Switzerland – the German part, - //; Jean Baptiste Auguste Clesinger //; Francois Rude – a link to the relatives that studied with him for a more founded study in remnents of 18th. Century real French Academic, not the more common weak naturalism of the French Romantic Academic of the 19th. Century //; Fremiet //; Jean Bapiste Carpeaux – F. Rude’s nephew – most of the work weak in content of structured form, a few quite well executed sculptures, of note the life size “Girl listening to a Conch Shell”, marble, and the “Three Graces” //; Ernest Christophe //; Joseph Chinard

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