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Girl with Doll\'s Pram The porcelain children of Julius Konrad Hentschel were created between 1904 and 1907.  During this period, attitudes toward children and their education were changing.  Children were no longer viewed as miniature adults but as independent individuals.  Superficial cuteness was replaced by everyday childhood realities.  Indeed, detailed, loving observations of children\'s activities, free of sentimentality formed the basis of the charm and appreciation of the children of Julius Hentschel. Other artists such as Max Bochmann and Alfred Konig assisted him, continuing the master\'s series after his unexpected death in 1907, leaving behind a lasting legacy of beautiful porcelain children performing everyday child activities in a realistic environment forever known as \Hentschel\'s Children.\
Meissen
Girl with Doll's Pram
( 76503)

$5,690

Child with Locomotive The porcelain children of Julius Konrad Hentschel were created between 1904 and 1907.  During this period, attitudes toward children and their education were changing.  Children were no longer viewed as miniature adults but as independent individuals.  Superficial cuteness was replaced by everyday childhood realities.  Indeed, detailed, loving observations of children\'s activities, free of sentimentality formed the basis of the charm and appreciation of the children of Julius Hentschel. Other artists such as Max Bochmann and Alfred Konig assisted him, continuing the master\'s series after his unexpected death in 1907, leaving behind a lasting legacy of beautiful porcelain children performing everyday child activities in a realistic environment forever known as \Hentschel\'s Children.\
Meissen
Child with Locomotive
(100602)

$4,990

Two Children Playing with Sand Moulds The porcelain children of Julius Konrad Hentschel were created between 1904 and 1907.  During this period, attitudes toward children and their education were changing.  Children were no longer viewed as miniature adults but as independent individuals.  Superficial cuteness was replaced by everyday childhood realities.  Indeed, detailed, loving observations of children\'s activities, free of sentimentality formed the basis of the charm and appreciation of the children of Julius Hentschel. Other artists such as Max Bochmann and Alfred Konig assisted him, continuing the master\'s series after his unexpected death in 1907, leaving behind a lasting legacy of beautiful porcelain children performing everyday child activities in a realistic environment forever known as \Hentschel\'s Children.\
Meissen
Two Children Playing with Sand Moulds
(100603)

$2,870

Girl with Cradle The porcelain children of Julius Konrad Hentschel were created between 1904 and 1907.  During this period, attitudes toward children and their education were changing.  Children were no longer viewed as miniature adults but as independent individuals.  Superficial cuteness was replaced by everyday childhood realities.  Indeed, detailed, loving observations of children\'s activities, free of sentimentality formed the basis of the charm and appreciation of the children of Julius Hentschel. Other artists such as Max Bochmann and Alfred Konig assisted him, continuing the master\'s series after his unexpected death in 1907, leaving behind a lasting legacy of beautiful porcelain children performing everyday child activities in a realistic environment forever known as \Hentschel\'s Children.\
Meissen
Girl with Cradle
(100624)

$5,690

Child with Cat The porcelain children of Julius Konrad Hentschel were created between 1904 and 1907.  During this period, attitudes toward children and their education were changing.  Children were no longer viewed as miniature adults but as independent individuals.  Superficial cuteness was replaced by everyday childhood realities.  Indeed, detailed, loving observations of children\'s activities, free of sentimentality formed the basis of the charm and appreciation of the children of Julius Hentschel. Other artists such as Max Bochmann and Alfred Konig assisted him, continuing the master\'s series after his unexpected death in 1907, leaving behind a lasting legacy of beautiful porcelain children performing everyday child activities in a realistic environment forever known as \Hentschel\'s Children.\
Meissen
Child with Cat
(76269)

$2,404

Child Seated with Picture Book The porcelain children of Julius Konrad Hentschel were created between 1904 and 1907.  During this period, attitudes toward children and their education were changing.  Children were no longer viewed as miniature adults but as independent individuals.  Superficial cuteness was replaced by everyday childhood realities.  Indeed, detailed, loving observations of children\'s activities, free of sentimentality formed the basis of the charm and appreciation of the children of Julius Hentschel. Other artists such as Max Bochmann and Alfred Konig assisted him, continuing the master\'s series after his unexpected death in 1907, leaving behind a lasting legacy of beautiful porcelain children performing everyday child activities in a realistic environment forever known as \Hentschel\'s Children.\
Meissen
Child Seated with Picture Book
(76388)

$2,664

Child with Doll The porcelain children of Julius Konrad Hentschel were created between 1904 and 1907.  During this period, attitudes toward children and their education were changing.  Children were no longer viewed as miniature adults but as independent individuals.  Superficial cuteness was replaced by everyday childhood realities.  Indeed, detailed, loving observations of children\'s activities, free of sentimentality formed the basis of the charm and appreciation of the children of Julius Hentschel. Other artists such as Max Bochmann and Alfred Konig assisted him, continuing the master\'s series after his unexpected death in 1907, leaving behind a lasting legacy of beautiful porcelain children performing everyday child activities in a realistic environment forever known as \Hentschel\'s Children.\
Meissen
Child with Doll
(76390)

$2,653

Child with Blue Onion Cup The porcelain children of Julius Konrad Hentschel were created between 1904 and 1907.  During this period, attitudes toward children and their education were changing.  Children were no longer viewed as miniature adults but as independent individuals.  Superficial cuteness was replaced by everyday childhood realities.  Indeed, detailed, loving observations of children\'s activities, free of sentimentality formed the basis of the charm and appreciation of the children of Julius Hentschel. Other artists such as Max Bochmann and Alfred Konig assisted him, continuing the master\'s series after his unexpected death in 1907, leaving behind a lasting legacy of beautiful porcelain children performing everyday child activities in a realistic environment forever known as \Hentschel\'s Children.\
Meissen
Child with Blue Onion Cup
(76391)

$2,021

Child with Stick and Drum The porcelain children of Julius Konrad Hentschel were created between 1904 and 1907.  During this period, attitudes toward children and their education were changing.  Children were no longer viewed as miniature adults but as independent individuals.  Superficial cuteness was replaced by everyday childhood realities.  Indeed, detailed, loving observations of children\'s activities, free of sentimentality formed the basis of the charm and appreciation of the children of Julius Hentschel. Other artists such as Max Bochmann and Alfred Konig assisted him, continuing the master\'s series after his unexpected death in 1907, leaving behind a lasting legacy of beautiful porcelain children performing everyday child activities in a realistic environment forever known as \Hentschel\'s Children.\
Meissen
Child with Stick and Drum
(76392)

$2,139

Child with Paper Hat The porcelain children of Julius Konrad Hentschel were created between 1904 and 1907.  During this period, attitudes toward children and their education were changing.  Children were no longer viewed as miniature adults but as independent individuals.  Superficial cuteness was replaced by everyday childhood realities.  Indeed, detailed, loving observations of children\'s activities, free of sentimentality formed the basis of the charm and appreciation of the children of Julius Hentschel. Other artists such as Max Bochmann and Alfred Konig assisted him, continuing the master\'s series after his unexpected death in 1907, leaving behind a lasting legacy of beautiful porcelain children performing everyday child activities in a realistic environment forever known as \Hentschel\'s Children.\
Meissen
Child with Paper Hat
(76393)

$2,521

Child with Drinking Dog The porcelain children of Julius Konrad Hentschel were created between 1904 and 1907.  During this period, attitudes toward children and their education were changing.  Children were no longer viewed as miniature adults but as independent individuals.  Superficial cuteness was replaced by everyday childhood realities.  Indeed, detailed, loving observations of children\'s activities, free of sentimentality formed the basis of the charm and appreciation of the children of Julius Hentschel. Other artists such as Max Bochmann and Alfred Konig assisted him, continuing the master\'s series after his unexpected death in 1907, leaving behind a lasting legacy of beautiful porcelain children performing everyday child activities in a realistic environment forever known as \Hentschel\'s Children.\
Meissen
Child with Drinking Dog
(76394)

$2,929

Child Sleeping on Dog The porcelain children of Julius Konrad Hentschel were created between 1904 and 1907.  During this period, attitudes toward children and their education were changing.  Children were no longer viewed as miniature adults but as independent individuals.  Superficial cuteness was replaced by everyday childhood realities.  Indeed, detailed, loving observations of children\'s activities, free of sentimentality formed the basis of the charm and appreciation of the children of Julius Hentschel. Other artists such as Max Bochmann and Alfred Konig assisted him, continuing the master\'s series after his unexpected death in 1907, leaving behind a lasting legacy of beautiful porcelain children performing everyday child activities in a realistic environment forever known as \Hentschel\'s Children.\
Meissen
Child Sleeping on Dog
(76502)

$2,913

Four Children on Bench  The porcelain children of Julius Konrad Hentschel were created between 1904 and 1907.  During this period, attitudes toward children and their education were changing.  Children were no longer viewed as miniature adults but as independent individuals.  Superficial cuteness was replaced by everyday childhood realities.  Indeed, detailed, loving observations of children\'s activities, free of sentimentality formed the basis of the charm and appreciation of the children of Julius Hentschel. Other artists such as Max Bochmann and Alfred Konig assisted him, continuing the master\'s series after his unexpected death in 1907, leaving behind a lasting legacy of beautiful porcelain children performing everyday child activities in a realistic environment forever known as \Hentschel\'s Children.\
Meissen
Four Children on Bench
(76504)

$9,990

Girl Standing with Doll The porcelain children of Julius Konrad Hentschel were created between 1904 and 1907.  During this period, attitudes toward children and their education were changing.  Children were no longer viewed as miniature adults but as independent individuals.  Superficial cuteness was replaced by everyday childhood realities.  Indeed, detailed, loving observations of children\'s activities, free of sentimentality formed the basis of the charm and appreciation of the children of Julius Hentschel. Other artists such as Max Bochmann and Alfred Konig assisted him, continuing the master\'s series after his unexpected death in 1907, leaving behind a lasting legacy of beautiful porcelain children performing everyday child activities in a realistic environment forever known as \Hentschel\'s Children.\
Meissen
Girl Standing with Doll
(83152)

$1,790

Girl with Rabbits Figurine The porcelain children of Julius Konrad Hentschel were created between 1904 and 1907.  During this period, attitudes toward children and their education were changing.  Children were no longer viewed as miniature adults but as independent individuals.  Superficial cuteness was replaced by everyday childhood realities.  Indeed, detailed, loving observations of children\'s activities, free of sentimentality formed the basis of the charm and appreciation of the children of Julius Hentschel. Other artists such as Max Bochmann and Alfred Konig assisted him, continuing the master\'s series after his unexpected death in 1907, leaving behind a lasting legacy of beautiful porcelain children performing everyday child activities in a realistic environment forever known as \Hentschel\'s Children.\
Meissen
Girl with Rabbits Figurine
(93351)

$5,990