Paul Scheurich (1883-1945 Germany) Scheurich trained at the Berlin Academy and has been described as one of the most important porcelain modelers of the 20th century. His first models for porcelain were made for the Schwarzburger Werkstätten around 1910-11. In the 20s and 30s, Scheurich worked for the prominent German porcelain manufacturer Meissen before returning to KPM in 1939 with Adolf Pfeiffer, who had directed the Meissen factory, became director at KPM. Sheurich is not only renowned for his modelling skills, he was also a most distinguished printmaker. His prints carry a monogram “P S” in a vertical rectangle.
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