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Meissen peasant figures, by Johann Joachim Kaendler

Image attached to C.25-1954

An image of Kaendler, Johann Joachim (German, 1706-1775). Peasant Woman Selling Apples. Hard-paste porcelain, press-moulded, and painted overglaze in enamels, height 17.8cm, circa 1744. Peasant Going to Market. Hard-paste porcelain, press-moulded, and painted overglaze in enamels, height 7 3/4 inches, circa 1744-1750. Meissen Factory.

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Kaendler, Johann Joachim (German, 1706-1775). Peasant Woman Selling Apples. Hard-paste porcelain, press-moulded, and painted overglaze in enamels, height 17.8cm, circa 1744. Peasant Going to Market. Hard-paste porcelain, press-moulded, and painted overglaze in enamels, height 7 3/4 inches, circa 1744-1750. Meissen Factory.

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  • Accession Number: C.23-1954; C.25-1954
  • Photograph copyright © The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
  • Aperture: f/32.0
  • Focal length: 100
  • Camera: Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II
  • Photographer name: Andrew Norman
  • Image height: 838 pixels
  • Image width: 1024 pixels
  • Processed with: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4.3 (Windows)
  • Filesize: 134.87kB
  • Exposure time: 1/100
  • ISO Speed: 100
  • Fnumber: 32/1
  • Captured: 2008:09:12 20:16:00

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18th Century Artistic Movement Baroque Department Fitz_AA German Johann Joachim Kaendler Material Meissen Porcelain Factory Other Keywords Workflow _WF_AdOK _WF_KWD _WF_OPACtd _WF_PCtd _WF_batch_15 apples baskets clothes clothing costume elderly female figurine male peasants porcelain seller selling traders trading vendor

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