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Style of KPM, Konigliche Porzellan-Manufaktur (German, founded 1763)
This impressive porcelain plaque, executed in the manner of KPM, is painted with a fine scene of an Islamic interior in the Orientalist style.
This fine and especially large porcelain plaque is painted in the manner of KPM with an Orientalist scene in an academic 19th Century style. Four women are standing or seated around a room decorated in a typical Islamic style. The floor is ornately tiled, centred by a trickling fountain; the walls feature intricate polychrome geometrical tilework and richly carved wooden panels. The windows and doors, too, are portrayed in a typically Islamic style, featuring keyhole arches reminiscent of Moorish furniture. The scene likely portrays a harem, a subject common to European Orientalist art during the 19th and 20th Centuries.
The work, which is signed lower left and marked to the reverse with a spurious KPM monogram, is contained within a carved wooden frame.
Frame: Height 54cm, width 74cm, depth 3cm
Plaque: Height 40cm, width 60cm, depth 0.5cm
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