Renée Sintenis

Ponyhäuptling
1940

Renée Sintenis, Ponyhäuptling
© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Bronze

11 cm / 4 5/16 in

Signed with the initials on the left side of the plinth. Foundry mark: H. Noack, Berlin on the back side of the plinth

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

Catalogue Raisonné by Buhlmann 1987 no. 172

Exhibitions
  • Ausstellungshalle am Funkturm, "Große Berliner Kunstausstellung", Berlin 1966
  • Haus am Waldsee, "Renée Sintenis – Das plastische Werk, Zeichnungen, Graphik", Berlin 1958
Literature
  • Ursel Berger/Günter Ladwig (ed.), "Renée Sintenis – Das plastische Werk", Berlin 2013, no. 173
  • Britta E. Buhlmann, "Renée Sintenis – Werkmonographie der Skulpturen", Darmstadt 1987, no. 172
  • GBK Berlin, "Große Berliner Kunstausstellung", Ausst.-Kat. Ausstellungshallen am Funkturm, Berlin 1966, no. 26
  • Senator für Volksbildung/Haus am Waldsee, "Renée Sintenis – Das plastische Werk, Zeichnungen, Graphik", Ausst.-Kat., Berlin 1958, no.76
  • Hanna Kiel, "Renée Sintenis", Berlin 1956, p. 74
  • Paul Appel, "Renée Sintenis", Berlin 1947, p. 7
  • Rudolf Hagelstange/Carl Georg Heise/Paul Appel, "Renée Sintenis", Berlin 1947, p. 122

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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