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Berlin. - Photographie. - Einbände. - Meistereinbände. – Bismarck, Otto von. - Pfuhl, Johannes.
Das Fries-Relief im Feldmarschall - Saale der Haupt-Kadettenanstalt in Lichterfelde.
Berlin, Heymann, (1878). Folio quer (ca. 34x66 cm), 2 Blätter (Titelblatt mit aufmontierter Original-Photographie und ein Widmungsblatt), 9 Seiten, 13 Tafeln mit aufmontierten Original-Photographien von F. Jamrath & Sohn (Photo-Formate ca. 10x44 cm). Schwarzer, signierter (F. F. Kullrich, Berlin) reich goldgeprägter Ledereinband mit ornamentalen rot-orangefarbenen Intarsien. Square Large-folio. (340 x 660 mm). 2 Bll. (title with mounted photograph and dedication leaf), 9 pp., 13 leaves card boards with mounted original photographs by F. Jamrath & Sohn (image-size: 100 x 440 mm). In dark leather folder by F. F. Kullrich, Berlin (signed), gilt printed cover, little rubbed and soiled, overall somewhat stained, mounting boards stronger, but photos less affected. Exceedingly rare work from the property of Otto von Bismarck, a present to his 80th. Birthday. Probably only in small numbers distributed. We could locate a single copy in Berlin, Staatsbibliothek. Complete reproduction of the unretained 13 frieze in rilievo (now destroyed) showing scenes from the German- French War. The photo on the title with a panoramic view of the Kadettenanstalt / Lichterfelde where the frieze once was attached. Johannes Pfuhl (1846- 1914) was a german sculptor who studied at the Berlin Academy of Fine Arts with Hermann Schievelbein and became his master's assistant and completed his plans for the bronze memorial once in the Dönhoffplatz (now the Marion-Gräfin-Dönhoff-Platz), Berlin. Soon after Schievelbein's death Pfuhl settled in Charlottenburg. He made a few portrait busts, but his more typical … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Mertens [Berlin, Germany]
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