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Ofen- und Keramikmuseum Velten Maschinen, Werkzeuge und Modelle [012/3273]

Töpferscheibe aus der Hedwig Bollhagen Werkstatt

Töpferscheibe aus der Hedwig Bollhagen Werkstatt (Ofen- und Keramikmuseum Velten CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Die Töpferscheibe mit Sitz und Fußbetrieb stammt aus dem Privatbesitz Hedwig Bollhagens. Anlässlich der Ausstellung - HB zum 90. - im Jahr 1997 schenkte sie diese dem Förderverein. Sie selbst bekam die Scheibe wohl 1982/1983 geschenkt. Sie entspricht vom Prinzip den in England hergestellten Töpferscheiben. Bollhagen erinnerte sich, dass der Grafiker John Heartfield während der Emigration darauf gedreht habe.

Material/Technique

Holz

Measurements

68 x 61 x 112 cm

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... Who: Zur Personenseite: Hedwig Bollhagen (1907-2001)
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... Who: Zur Personenseite: John Heartfield (1891-1968)

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