Renée Sintenis

Auskeilendes Pony
1941

Renée Sintenis, Auskeilendes Pony
© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Bronze

10 cm / 3 15/16 in

Signed with the initials on the end of the tail. Foundry mark: H. Noack, Berlin at the right hind leg

Edition of The catalogue raisonné counts only three known casts of this work

Catalogue Raisonné by Buhlmann 1987 no. 173

Literature
  • Britta E. Buhlmann, "Renée Sintenis – Werkmonographie der Skulpturen", Darmstadt 1987, no. 173
  • Hanna Kiel, "Renée Sintenis", Berlin 1956, p. 75
  • Paul Appel, "Renée Sintenis", Berlin 1947, p. 10
  • Rudolf Hagelstange/Carl Georg Heise/Paul Appel, "Renée Sintenis", Berlin 1947, p. 109

About Renée Sintenis

The German sculptor Reneé Sintenis was the second woman ever to be appointed to the Prussian Academy of the Arts in 1931. Renée Sintenis became famous for her delicate, handy animal sculptures.

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