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The Blind Beggar Porcelain Plaque by KPM
- This stunning KPM porcelain plaque is modeled after a painting by Josephus Laurentius Dyckmans
- It depicts a detailed scene of a blind man begging outside a church
- KPM plaques, first crafted in the mid-19th century, are widely considered superior to all others
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Porcelain plaques, especially ones as detailed and nuanced as the present example, are very difficult to produce, as ceramic paints do not attain their final color until after firing. Usually copies of well-known paintings of the day, these pieces were able to achieve incredible luminosity due to the translucent quality of the porcelain. Porcelain paintings by KPM are widely considered to have been superior to all others.
Stamped “KPM” on the reverse
Plaque: 15 1/2" high x 13 1/2" wide
Frame: 24 3/4" high x 22 3/4" wide
|Canvas Width:||13.5 Inches|
|Canvas Height:||15.5 Inches|