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Magnificent group of subjects or figures representing "Les Glaneuses" in German porcelain biscuit by Goebel, executed in a remarkable manner and with finesse. It is estimated to be between 1923-1949.
The gleaners are inspired by the painting of millet (see last photo) who wanted to show:
Women embodying the rural proletariat. They are allowed to pass quickly before sunset, in the harvested fields to pick up 1 by 1 the neglected ears.
The 3 women represent the 3 phases of the repetitive and grueling movement imposed by this harsh task: bending down, picking up, getting up.
The photos are an integral part of the description
Group of beautifully sized figurines
Its height 14 cm
Its length 22.5 cm
Its width 11 cm
|Manufacture / Brand||GOEBEL W|
|Shipping Time||Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days|
|Location||33930, VENDAYS MONTALIVET, France|