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    GOLD, JASPER, AND CARNELIAN: JOHANN CHRISTIAN NEUBER AT THE SAXON COURT

    May 30 through August 19, 2012

    The Frick Collection, New York PRESS IMAGE LIST Digital images are available for publicity purposes; please contact the Press Office at 212.547.6844 or mediarelations@frick.org.

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    The Breteuil Table on view in The Frick Collection’s Oval Room; photo: Michael Bodycomb Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Breteuil Table, 1779–80 Wood, gilded bronze, semiprecious stones, faux-pearls, and Meissen porcelain plaques W: 28 inches, D: 25½ inches, H: 32 inches Collection of the Marquis de Breteuil, Château de Breteuil Photo: © Michael Bodycomb

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Breteuil Table (detail of side and leg), Dresden, 1779–80 Gilded bronze, wood, semiprecious stones, glass, and Meissen porcelain plaques W: 28 inches, D: 25½ inches, H: 32 inches Marquis de Breteuil, Chäteau de Breteuil (Choisel/Chevreuse) Photo: © Georges Fessy

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Breteuil Table (detail of top), Dresden, 1779–80 Gilded bronze, wood, semiprecious stones, glass, and Meissen porcelain plaques W: 28 inches, D: 25½ inches, H: 32 inches Marquis de Breteuil, Chäteau de Breteuil (Choisel/Chevreuse) Photo: © Georges Fessy

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Breteuil Table (detail of top), Dresden, 1779–80 Gilded bronze, wood, semiprecious stones, glass, and Meissen porcelain plaques W: 28 inches, D: 25½ inches, H: 32 inches Marquis de Breteuil, Chäteau de Breteuil (Choisel/Chevreuse) Photo: © Georges Fessy

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Stand or base for a figural porcelain group from the Meissen Porcelain Manufactory, Dresden, 1780 Gilded bronze, agate, carnelian, glass, and marble L: 16 inches, D: 13 1/3 inches, H: 5¾ inches Private collection Photo: © Hugues Dubois

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Stand or base for a figural porcelain group from the Meissen Porcelain Manufactory, Dresden, 1780 Gilded bronze, amethyst, agate, jasper, petrified wood, carnelian, glass, and marble D: 19¼ inches, H: 6 1/8 inches Walters Art Museum, Baltimore Photo: ©The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Box decorated with landscapes, gold and semiprecious stones (view of top and side), Signed: “Neuber à Dresde,” Dresden, c. 1770–75 L: 3 1/3 inches, H: 1½ inches Private collection Photo: © Hugues Dubois

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Box decorated with landscapes, gold and semiprecious stones (view of bottom), Signed: “Neuber à Dresde,” Dresden, c. 1770–75 L: 3 1/3 inches, H: 1½ inches Private collection Photo: © Hugues Dubois

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Steinkabinettabatiere (or gold box forming a stone cabinet), Dresden, c. 1765–70 L: 2 2/3 inches, H: 1 1/3 inches Private collection Photo: © Éditions Monelle Hayot /photo Thomas Hennocque

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Steinkabinettabatiere (or gold box forming a stone cabinet), Dresden, c. 1785–90 L: 7 inches, W: 3 1/3 inches, H: 1 1/3 inches Private collection Photo: © Éditions Monelle Hayot /photo Thomas Hennocque

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Box decorated with a geometric pattern and a bouquet of flowers, gold and semiprecious stones, Marked: “NEU/BER” and “DRE/SDE,” Dresden, c. 1775–80 L: 3½ inches, H: 1¼ inches Private collection Photo: © Éditions Monelle Hayot /photo Thomas Hennocque

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Box inlaid with semiprecious stones, Dresden, 1765–70 L: 2½ inches, H: 1¼ inches Private collection Photo: © Éditions Monelle Hayot /photo Thomas Hennocque

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Box decorated with a geometric pattern and an enamel miniature of an unknown woman by Christian Friedrich Zinke, gold and semiprecious stones, Dresden, c. 1775–80 L: 3¾ inches, H: 1 2/3 inches Private collection Photo : © Éditions Monelle Hayot /photo Thomas Hennocque

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Box inlaid with semiprecious stones and a miniature of Friedrich Augustus III, Elector of Saxony, attributed to Dolst, gold, carnelian, agate, moss agate, jasper, petrified wood, faux-pearls, and watercolor on paper, Signed “Neuber à Dresde,” Dresden, c. 1775 L.: 3¼ inches, W: 2½ inches, H.: 1½ inches Private collection Photo: © Éditions Monelle Hayot/Thomas Hennocque

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Oval box decorated on the top with a hard stone medallion featuring a relief of fruit, and on the bottom a Meissen porcelain plaque (view of top), Dresden, c. 1775–80 L: 3½ inches, W: 2 inches, H: 1 1/3 inches Private collection Photo: © Éditions Monelle Hayot /photo Thomas Hennocque

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Bottom view of Oval box decorated on the top with a hard stone medallion featuring a relief of fruit, and on the bottom a Meissen porcelain plaque (view of bottom), Dresden, c. 1775–80 L: 3 ½ inches, W: 2 inches, H: 1 1/3 inches Private collection Photo: © Éditions Monelle Hayot /photo Thomas Hennocque

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Chatelaine, Dresden, c. 1775–85 Gold, carnelian, and faux-pearls L: 9 ¼ inches Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, Grünes Gewölbe, Photo: © Michael Bodycomb

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    Johann Christian Neuber (1736–1808) Chatelaine, Dresden, c. 1775–85 Watch signed “Hoendschker” Gold, jasper, agate, chalcedony, carnelian, and lapis lazuli The Drexel Collection, Philadelphia Photo: © Michael Bodycomb

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    Installation view of Gold, Jasper, and Carnelian: Johann Christian Neuber at the Saxon Court, The Frick Collection, New York; photo: © Michael Bodycomb

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    Installation view of Gold, Jasper, and Carnelian: Johann Christian Neuber at the Saxon Court, The Frick Collection, New York; photo: © Michael Bodycomb

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