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Else Fraenkel

Chungsen Chou (Head of a Chinaman), 1928

Bronze with black patina
This is a unique work.
Permanent collection
About the work
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Ben Uri Gallery and Museum
London
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Little of Fraenkel’s early work survives in Germany, but she brought at least one copy of many of …

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Little of Fraenkel’s early work survives in Germany, but she brought at least one copy of many of her works with her to Paris and then to England, along with two Schwitters collages, one personally dedicated to her (on display nearby). Fraenkel’s head of the young Chinese architecture student, Chungsen Chou, has much …

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About the work
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Ben Uri Gallery and Museum
London
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Little of Fraenkel’s early work survives in Germany, but she brought at least one copy of many of …

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Little of Fraenkel’s early work survives in Germany, but she brought at least one copy of many of her works with her to Paris and then to England, along with two Schwitters collages, one personally dedicated to her (on display nearby). Fraenkel’s head of the young Chinese architecture student, Chungsen Chou, has much …

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Image rights
© Elsa Fraenkel estate

Else Fraenkel

Chungsen Chou (Head of a Chinaman), 1928

Bronze with black patina
This is a unique work.
Permanent collection
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