Paul Scheurich (b. 1883 New York, d. 1945 Brandenburg) was one of the most important porcelain designers of the first half of the 20th century. On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of his death, the exhibition goes in search of clues. His porcelain designs for Meissen and other German manufactories, supplemented by rare bronze statues, drawings, illustrations and advertising graphics from the artist's hand, convey a diverse portrait of the artist.
Sold by the Meissen Porcelain Foundation and the book trade
Release date: 10.08.2022
Publisher: Meissen Porcelain Foundation
Publisher: Sandstein Kommunikation
Number of Pages: 176
Language: German, English
Sales price: 34,00 €
From China to Meissen
300 Years of Blue Onion Pattern
The Onion Pattern is almost as old as European porcelain itself. What makes this scheme so special? How can the fascination it has always exerted be explained?
Anja Hell has got together with Lutz Miedtank in this publication to reveal some exciting new findings on how the Meissen Onion Pattern came to be.
Price: € 25 (incl. 7% VAT)