Renée Sintenis

Fohlen mit angehobener linker Hinterhand
1919

Renée Sintenis, Fohlen mit angehobener linker Hinterhand
© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Bronze

11.5 × 8.3 × 3.3 cm / 4 1/2 × 3 1/4 × 1 5/16 in

Signed with the initials on the right back hoof and stamped "B" (Berlin)

Edition of 25 bronze and 3 silver casts

Catalogue Raisonné by Buhlmann 1987 no. 128

Provenance

Private Collection Berlin; Private Collection Stockholm

Exhibitions
  • Galerie Alfred Flechtheim, "Marie Laurencin/Renée Sintenis", Berlin 1925
Literature
  • Ursel Berger/Günter Ladwig (ed.), "Renée Sintenis – Das plastische Werk", Berlin 2013, no. 042
  • Britta E. Buhlmann, "Renée Sintenis – Werkmonographie der Skulpturen", Darmstadt 1987, no. 128
  • Paul Cassirer/Théodore Fischer, "Die Sammlung H./Berlin. Gemälde alter und moderner Meister. Moderne Plastik", Ausst.-Kat., Luzern 1931, no. 79
  • René Crevel/Georg Biermann, "Renée Sintenis", Berlin 1930 (= Junge Kunst, Bd. 57), no. 19
  • Gustav Eugen Diehl, "Renée Sintenis", Berlin o.J. (1927), no. 19
  • Galerie Alfred Flechtheim, "Marie Laurencin/Renée Sintenis", Ausst.-Kat., Berlin 1925, no. 19

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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