Etat de conservation : globalement très bon état pour son âge. Micro-rayures sur toute la surface. Provenance : Collection Metallkunst de Giorgio Silzer. Leipzig, Künstlermonogramm HP und Bez."Handarbeit", Messing getrieben, auf Kreisfüßen gewölbte Rundform, feiner Hammerschlag Dekor, H ca. 3,5 cm, D ca. 15 cm, 1930er Jahre, Provenienz: Sammlung Giorgio Silzer. Hans Przyrembel , Leipzig, artist monogram HP and inscription "Handarbeit", brass-driven, round-shaped on circular feet, fine hammered decoration, H approx. 3.5 cm, D approx. 15 cm, 1930s, Provenance: Giorgio Silzer Collection. His education began with the preliminary classes given by László Moholy-Nagy. During the last two years at the Bauhaus, he worked closely with Marianne Brandt on the design of modern lamps. He then took over Wolfgang Tümpel's workshop in Halle and worked with the previous owner before he built his own workshop in Leipzig in 1929. There, he created lamps and other pieces.
The brand name he created was ha-p-er lights. In 1932 he passed the masters examination as a goldsmith and silversmith. Some designs by Przyrembel are still used, for example, a 1924 designed tea-caddy is still available, as is a pendant lamp designed by Przyrembel in 1928. He is considered one of the masters of Art Déco metalwork and his recognition spans worldwide.
The prominent collector Giorgio Silzer , born in 1920 in Upper Slesia and died in 2014 at the age of 94, was the solo violin at the Berlin Deutsche Opera House. In addition to his violinist career, he pursued his personal passion: the collection of Art Nouveau and Art Deco objects. The Collection Silzer is one of the leading private collections in Germany and in Europe. Since the mid-1970s, Giorgio Silzer made part of his vast collections available to the public and helped to make Art Nouveau and Art Deco known in a more widespread and recognized way.
Selected items from the Giorgio Silzer Collection are part of the permanent collections of the following museums. The Art Nouveau collection of the Grassi Museum of Applied Arts in Leipzig (Germany).
The Metalwork Collection of the Kreis Museum in Zons (Germany). The Glass Collection of the Augustinian Museum in Freiburg (Germany). The Bautzen Museum in Bautzen (Germany).The Collection Giorgio Silzer was the object of several exhibitions, among which. Sammlung Giorgio Silzer (Kunsthandwerk vom Jugendstil bis zum Art Déco). Wenzel Hablik Museum , Itzehoe, Germany, 2009. Museum Kunstpalast , Düsseldorf, Germany, 2011.
Erlesenes aus Jugendstil und Art Déco - Die Sammlung Giorgio Silzer. Jugendstilträume - Sammlung Giorgio Silzer. Glas des Jugendstil & Art Déco Sammlung Giorgio Silzer.
L'item "Hans Przyrembel, Leipzig, Coupelle Assiette Vide-poches en laiton Signée" est en vente depuis le dimanche 20 octobre 2019. Il est dans la catégorie "Art, antiquités\Meubles, décoration du XXe\Art déco\Objets de décoration". Le vendeur est "nicetomeetflavio" et est localisé à/en Ixelles. Cet article peut être livré partout dans le monde.