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Bauhaus Professor Ludwig König Giant Vase Karlsruher Majolika
Unique masterpiece design professor Ludwig König. Ludwig König studied at the Arts & Crafts schools in Dresden and Munich. In Munich he was a master student of the Art Nouveau artist Richard Riemerschmid. On Riemerschmid's recommendation, König headed the master studio for ceramic sculpture at the Majolika manufactory in Karlsruhe from 1922-1929, where he created expressive animal figures and at the same time designed a wide variety of pottery and utility ceramics in a matter-of-fact, simple, Industrial style. In 1929 the cooperation with the Karlsruhe manufactory ended. In 1925 König also received a teaching position for small ceramics at the Badische Landeskunstschule, where from 1929 he headed the ceramics class as a professor. Through his work in Karlsruhe, Ludwig König soon counted among the most important ceramists in the German southwest. His former teacher Riemerschmid had been appointed director of the Cologne Werkschulen in 1926 and had established a class for artistic and technical design there. In 1930 he appointed König as professor at the Werkschulen, at the same time as the designer Walter Maria Kersting. König's contract was to run until 1934, in fact he was dismissed in 1933 - presumably for political reasons. Quelle: Wikipedia.
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- Date of Manufacture1920
- Materials and Techniques
- WearWear consistent with age and use.
- DimensionsH 26.38 in. x Dm 16.54 in.H 67 cm x Dm 42 cm
- Diameter16.54 in. (42 cm)
- Seller LocationMunster, DE
- Reference NumberLU1391216881621
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