Gustav Gurschner 'Female Slave', ca. 1922, Egyptian temple servant with closely fitting garment, in a posture of respectful subservience. H. 125.5 cm. Carved wood, painted and polished to resemble malachite. Pedestal signed on reverse: GURSCHNER.
Phillippe Wolfers , “The Song of the Swan”, 1898, is a sculpture in bronze, oak, marble, and mahogany. Wolfers felt this piece to be one of his more important works. He exhibited it in the 1899 Munich Secession and in the 1902 Turin International Exhibition [Esposizione Internazionale d'Arte Decorativa]. The wood base was designed by Belgian architect Paul Hanker.