2015, 13-22 March
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Kunstkammer Georg Laue (stand 206)

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Tower -
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Lorenz Spengler (Schaffhausen 1720-1807 Copenhagen)

Tower

Ivory, turned and partly with polychromy
Height 48 cm
Copenhagen, circa 1760

Literature:
M. Bencard, Kongelige Kunstdrejere, Copenhagen, 1998, p. 46, cat. no. 33; K. Maurice, Der drechselnde Souverän. Materialien zu einer fürstlichen Maschinenkunst, Zurich, 1985, p.90, cat. no.107

Court Renaissance cabinet -
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Court Renaissance cabinet

Ebony, silver
35 x 39 x 29 cm
Augsburg, circa 1600




Provenance:
Wrotham Park, George Byng Collection (1764-1847)

Literature:
C. Emmendörffer, C. Trepesch, exh. cat. Wunderwelt. Der Pommersche Kunstschrank, Maximilianmuseum, Augsburg, 2014, p. 358, cat. no. 55; B. Mundt, Der Pommersche Kunstschrank, Munich, 2009, p. 14; G. Laue, Furniture for European Kunstkammer, Munich, 2008, p. 146, 246, cat. no. 26

Exhibitions:
Augsburg, Maximilianmuseum, Wunderwelten. Der Pommersche Kunstschrank, March 28-June 29 2014

About the exhibitor
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Schellingstrasse 56
80799 Munich
Germany
T  +49 89 27 81 85 55
M   +49 172 87 30 961
F  +49 89 27 81 85 56
kunstkammer@kunstkammer.com

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Director(s):Georg Laue M.A.


The Kunstkammer Georg Laue is internationally known for exceptional Renaissance artworks made for Kunstkammer collections out of amber, ivory, coral, coconut, rock crystal, and other precious material

Located in the heart of Munich’s museum district, the Kunstkammer Georg Laue invites the visitor to marvel at the various objects once displayed in cabinets of curiosities: Naturalia, Exotica, Scientifica, Mirabilia and Artificilia recreate the ambience of sumptuous princely collections in Renaissance and Baroque. Art historian and exhibition curator, Georg Laue has been publishing a series of books discussing different aspects of the Kunst- and Wunderkammer since 1999:
- Wunder kann man sammeln, Munich 1999
- The Amber Cabinet, Munich 2001
- Memento Mori, Munich 2002
- Turned Treasuries, Munich 2004
- Scientifica, Munich 2005
- Amber Treasuries for European Kunstkammer, Munich 2006
- Furniture for the European Kunstkammer, Munich 2008
- Precious Cutlery for European Kunstkammer, Munich 2010
- Exotica, Munich 2012
- The White Gold of Venice, Munich 2014


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