Johann Gottfried Schadow:
Sculpture "Der Alte Fritz" (reduction), artificial marble edition

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Johann Gottfried Schadow:
Sculpture "Der Alte Fritz" (reduction), artificial marble edition

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Artificial marble | Handmade | Reduction | Height: 28 cm

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Johann Gottfried Schadow: Sculpture "Der Alte Fritz" (reduction), artificial marble edition

With its marble statue Schadow created the most famous statue of the Prussian ruler. It shows the great rulers in typical pose: confident and relaxed at the same time, a great king. Original: Schloss Sanssouci, Potsdam, 19th century, marble. Reduction in polymer artificial marble. Height: 28 cm.

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Johann Gottfried Schadow (1764-1850) was the most important German sculptor of the Napoleonic era. Trained in the Royal workshop and he became in 1788 the court sculptor workshop and "Director of all sculptures". To the classical Ideal increasingly joined Schadow in realistic, national and individual traits. His style was classically perfect and lifelike for the 19th century.

His art combines a natural sensuality dilating from the Rococo and grace with a great realism. His double statue of Princesses Louise and Friederike von Preussen in marble, is the first life-size double statue of classicism and set standards for the Memorial sculpture of the 19th century. He created the famous Quadriga atop the Brandenburg Gate in copper seamless because the bronze casting technology for large objects could not still find application. In the restoration period, Schadow found realistic classicism of fewer clients and was ousted in 1820 by the official and representative emphasized art of his disciple Caspar Daniel Rauch.

Until his death, Schadow worked as Director of the Berlin Academy and practiced from great influence through his writings.

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