Sculpture “Fortune-teller”


The porcelain figurine group represents two women in the urban genre scene typical of Petrograd in the 1920s: a street fortune teller tries to lure a rich girl into her net. It is an exact replica of a figure made at the same manufactory in 1922 by sculptor Natalya Danko. The author of the painting – Maria Bryantseva. Female figurines are made of solid porcelain with overglaze painting and gilding. The original of the statuette is kept in the State Hermitage Museum.



Production: Imperial Porcelain manufactory
The author of the form: Danko N.Ya.
The author of the painting: Bryantseva M.
Materials: Porcelain. overglaze painting, gilding
Hand painted.
Height: 194 mm
Length: 105 mm
Width: 74 mm
Weight: 405 g


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