The Hunt Franz Hagenauer Werkstatte Hagenauer ca. 1937

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Hunting scene with three horsemen, model no. 4430, Franz Hagenauer, Werkstatte Hagenauer Vienna, circa 1937, patinated brass on wooden base, marked

  • Height: 25cm, Width: 69cm, Depth: 9cm
  • 1955 to 1960
    Technique: brass, cast and patinated, wooden base
    marked with the large “wHw” in the circle and “HAGENAUER/WIEN” comp. Rearing horse depicted in “Zettelkatalog” (paper slip catalogue) of the Werkstatte Hagenauer, 1957, reprint Vienna 2011, no. 9587 docuemented photo, Mod. Nr. 4430, in the archive Hagenauer in the MAK Vienna, inv. No. HAF 965
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    Blowing his horn, the rider leads the hunting party while the dogs prance around his horse with excitement. One of the hunting dogs has already taken up the scent and drives the hunt up the slope. On horseback, the others follow cantering. An elegant lady, sitting in side-saddle, also joins the manorial amusement.
    Franz Hagenauer designed this large hunting scene with great vividness and loving attention to detail in 1937. Werkstatte Hagenauer manufactured the equestrian sculpture later in the 1950s.
    Elegant and playful at the same time are the animals, while the rising wooden plinth gives the par force hunt additional dynamism. As usual, the figures in cast and patinated brass are of very high quality.


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    The Hunt equestrian sculpture Franz Hagenauer Werkstatte Hagenauer Vienna ca. 1937 brass patinated marked
    The Hunt Franz Hagenauer Werkstatte Hagenauer ca. 1937

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