A Berlin KPM porcelain platter with an Arcadian landscape

A Berlin KPM porcelain platter with an Arcadian landscape

Decorated with a finely painted idyllic river landscape with hills in the background. In the foreground three women washing and a shepherd with cattle and sheep. A gilt frieze around the inner rim. Blue sceptre mark with underglaze blue dash, iron red painter's mark. H 21.3, W 36 cm.
Early 19th C., tentatively attributed to the painter Johann Eusebius Forst, presumably after a painting by Jakob Philipp Hackert.

Provenance

Heinz Reichert, Munich.
Private collection, Berlin.

Literature

A platter of identical form and decor by the same painter in: Ponert, Kunstgewerbe I Keramik, Berlin 1985, no. 213.

Lot 282 Dα

Estimate:
3.000 € - 4.000 €

Result:
12.500 €