A soviet Porcelain figure “Militsionerka” State Porcelain Manufactory c 1920s with black manufactory mark height 20 cm. The prototype for this figure was the new uniform for policewomen, photograph of which was published in the magazine “Plamia” in 1919. In her figurine Danko successfully copied not only the outfit but also the facial features of the girl featured on that photograph. For a similar model see T.N.Nosovich,, I.P.Popova: State Porcelain Manufactory 1904-1944, St Petrsburg Orchestra 2005 p.347. Similar lot was sold on Sothebys London 18 Sep 2007 lot 443 for 16000gbp (Rostropovich collection). |
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