Hutschenreuther Granget Stallion Rearing Horse Porcelain Weißes RÖssl Figurine
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Hutschenreuther Granget Stallion Rearing Horse Porcelain Weißes RÖssl Figurine:
Norman Rockwell's THE TOY MAKER
Lorenz Hutschenreuther – Selb - Bavaria
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Gunther R. Granget
This figurine was designed by Gunther R. Granget (b. 1932) - there is incised ‘G Granget’ on the backside. Gunther Granget is one of the leading names in porcelain making industry of the 20th century. He studied sculpture with professor Trummer in Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe. He worked for Hutschenreuther in 1956 - 1970. Since 1971 he has worked in his own design studio. He was a leader of Hutschenreuther’s Art Department in 1984 - 1996. He is the most know for his naturalistic studies. He travels across the world to study behavior of animals and keeps close contacts with scientific institutions and zoos. He created numerous exceptional animal porcelain sculptures for Hutschenreuther and Rosenthal. Between them ‘Crowns Crane Oak’, ‘Who Disturbs Whom’ (scream owl with black hood titmice), ‘Challenge’ (American Graureiher), "Secretary" and "Grant Gazelle". This figurine - ‘Stallion Rearing’ is the one of the best horse sculptures ever made in porcelain. His figurines remain the most collectible.
Figurine measures about 4” x 1 ½” and stands 4 ½” tall. Condition is immaculate with no cracks or chips found. Please take a look at he pictures in our viewer to find out more about this item.
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