Röbbig München a emménagé dans ses nouveaux locaux au premier étage de l’historique Karolinenpalais, situé au centre de la capitale bavaroise. La maison Röbbig figure parmi les galeries les plus reputées au monde pour la porcelaine allemande du XVIIIe siècle et particulièrement la porcelaine de Meissen, première époque. La galerie est également specialisée dans le mobilier français et allemand, tableaux et objets d’art des règnes de Louis XIV à Louis XVI jusqu’au début de l’Empire. La galerie participe régulièrement aux principaux salons internationaux d’art et antiquités de Maastricht à New York, en passant par Munich et publie des catalogues scientifiques.
Biennale des Antiquaires - Paris, Masterpiece London, Munich Highlights, TEFAF TEFAF Maastricht, TEFAF New York Fall
BRAFA 2020 - the Coup de Coeur of Mathieu Deldicque
Mathieu Deldicque, Cultural Heritage Curator at the Musée Condé, Domaine de Chantilly, shares his "Coup de Coeur" at the BRAFA Art Fair 2020 with Röbbig München: a pair of olio tureens by Johann Gregorius Höroldt (1696 - 1775). The Meissen tureens of circa 1724/25 have been painted with chinoiserie scenes; the inner side is decorated with "Böttgerlüster" and a lobster in gold.
The Château de Chantilly is one of the finest jewels in the crown of France's cultural heritage. It is the work of a man with an extraordinary destiny: Henri d’Orléans, Duke of Aumale, son of the last King of France, Louis-Philippe. This prince, who is considered to be the greatest collector of his time, made Chantilly the showcase for his countless masterpieces and precious manuscripts. The Château survived down through the centuries and remains as it was when the Duke of Aumale bequeathed it to the Institut de France in 1886, making it the perfect place to take a journey back in time to the heart of a princely residence. In tribute to his illustrious predecessors, the Princes of Condé, the Duke of Aumale called the series of rooms housing his collection the "Condé Museum".
Röbbig München, one of the leading art dealers for early Meissen and German 18th century porcelain, is based in the historic Carolinenpalais, situated in the centre of the Bavarian capital. The gallery also specializes in important French and German furniture, paintings and art objets from the Louis XIV to the Louis XVI and early Empire period. Röbbig exhibits regularly at the world's most important art fairs in Maastricht, New York and Munich and publishes well-researched catalogues.
The BRAFA Art Fair, created in 1956, is one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious art fairs, famous for the high quality fine art, antiques, modern and contemporary art and design it offers. BRAFA takes place from 26 January through 2 February 2020 at Tour & Taxis in Brussels. www.brafa.art
Video by Matthieu Wolmark of Biapal
A pair of Olio tureens, painted with chinoiserie scenes The inner side decorated with ‘Böttgerlüster’ and a lobster in gold Meissen, c. 1724/25
W. 16.5 cm (6.5 in.)
This rare form of covered bowl, also known as an ‘Olitätentopf’ or “olio pot,” was inspired presumably by a Japanese original with three feet from the collection of Augustus the Strong in Dresden.