Ivory sculptor, working in Salzburg (Austria) and Italy.
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There is almost nothing known about the life of the Master of the Furies. The earliest records of his works are found in an inventory of Maria Magdalena of Austria. His name is derived from his characteristic work, showing shouting furies. He worked in Salzburg (Austria) and Italy in the early 17th century. All his works are without any signature.
Ivory sculpture. Furie. About 1610. H. 37.4 cm. Courtesy: Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Kunstkammer. Austria
Ivory sculpture. Dragon fight. About 1620.Courtesy: Bode Museum Berlin. Germany.
Ivory sculpture. Mars, Venus, Amor. About 1620. Courtesy: Bode Museum Berlin. Germany.
Ivory sculpture Group. Early 17th century. H. 42 cm. W. 46 cm. Courtesy: Collection Reiner Winkler. Germany
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