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A Terra-cotta Group of the Imperial Children by Eric Gustaf Göthe, St Petersburg circa 1822.A Terra-cotta Group of the Imperial Children by Eric Gustaf Göthe, St Petersburg circa 1822.A Terra-cotta Group of the Imperial Children by Eric Gustaf Göthe, St Petersburg circa 1822.A Terra-cotta Group of the Imperial Children by Eric Gustaf Göthe, St Petersburg circa 1822.A Terra-cotta Group of the Imperial Children by Eric Gustaf Göthe, St Petersburg circa 1822.A Terra-cotta Group of the Imperial Children by Eric Gustaf Göthe, St Petersburg circa 1822.A Terra-cotta Group of the Imperial Children by Eric Gustaf Göthe, St Petersburg circa 1822.A Terra-cotta Group of the Imperial Children by Eric Gustaf Göthe, St Petersburg circa 1822.A Terra-cotta Group of the Imperial Children by Eric Gustaf Göthe, St Petersburg circa 1822.

A terra-cotta group of the imperial children Tsarevitj Alexander Nicolajevitj (1818-1881), (later Tsar Alexander II of Russia) and his sister Maria Nicolajevna (1819-1876) by Eric Gustaf Göthe (1779-1838), signed and dated Göthe f. S Petersburg 1822.
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Provenance:
Eric Gustaf Göthe, Stockholm
within the family to present day.

Litterature:
Thomas Millroth: Eric Gustaf Göthe - Kungl. Statybildhuggare och Professor, Stockholm 1975, p. 59-60 and 98, illustrated p. 59.
Svenskt Konstnärslexikon, vol II, Allhems förlag, Malmö 1953, p. 347.

ric Gustaf Göthe was a pupil of Johan Tobias Sergel and was rewarded many medals for his artwork. He had Royal commissions and from other prominent nobles. In 1803 he went to Paris and then Rome where he met Antonio Canova. In 1821 he went to Russia and St Petersburg.

Item ID:201709-01

HEIGHT
19" (48.5 cm)
WIDTH
8" (21 cm)
DEPTH
8" (21 cm)
PERIOD
19th Century

Lundgrens Antiques

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    A Terra-cotta Group of the Imperial Children by Eric Gustaf Göthe, St Petersburg circa 1822.

    €13,500
    ~ $15,129