Germany Hutschenreuther 1930 By Karl Tutter Art Deco Large Sun Child Women Porcelain Figure
Art deco 1930 porcelain figure by Karl Tutter (1883 1969) for Hutschenreuther.
This piece has been created in Bavaria, Germany back in the 1930. This was designed by the artist Karl Tutter-one of the premiere porcelain modelers of his day!-and made by the Lorenz Hutschenreuther depicting a naked women, with the arms open in direction to the sun, this pose called Sun Child.
The main body is decorated with delicate skin cream color, with accents of black, red and light gilding. all mounted in a ball on a round pedestal base.
This piece have a height measure of 12.75 inches (32.40 Cm) and the base have a diameter of 3 inches (7.6 Cm).
Signed at the base, with the company maker's logo for "HUTSCHENREUTHER GERMANY" and the incised inscription "K TUTTER".
Note: This model is already discontinued long time ago and was produced in three heights sizes, this is the tallest variety.
Note: Karl Tutter's Art Deco designs are reputed to have been largely responsible for Hutschenreuther success in the 1920s and 1930s.
Is in perfect and excellent condition, with no damage or restorations. Flawless!.
INVENTORY REF: D0000XSNN/.1111