Rheinhold's Monkey Bronze

Amsterdam, The Netherlands (previously in Munnekeburen)
Private owner: Frans Schrijver

 

Note: The skull was painted bone-color by previous owners; this color is not part of the original patina.

 

 

Left side

Left side of monkey statuette (Schrijver)

 

 

Left side (close-up)

 

Left side of monkey statuette, close-up (Schrijver)

 

 

Right side

 

Right side of monkey statuette (Schrijver)

 

 

Right side with "Rheinhold" signature (close-up)

 

Right side of monkey statuette (Schrijver) with Rheinhold's signature

 

 

Frontal

 

Frontal photo of monkey statuette (Schrijver)

 

 

Face (close-up)

 

Close-up of monkey's face (statuette owned by Schrijver)

 

 

 

Book plate (ex libris) created by Mr. Thijs Mauve (about 1955).

 

Translation: From the library of F. Schrijver.

Thijs Mauve (1915-1996) was the grandson of the prominent Dutch 19th-century landscape painter Anton Mauve.

 

 

Image of book plate (ex libris) based on Rheinhold's monkey; created by Thijs Mauve.

 

 

 

All photos on this page courtesy of Ida Schrijver.

 

 

 

 


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Axel Schmetzke, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Library

University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

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