Situated in a former barrel hall, the Museum of Wine in Art contains exceptionally rare items of 17th century German gold- and silverware, jugs, cups and goblets from the fabulous treasure of the kings of Naples, mediaeval tapestries, paintings, ivories, glassware, Chinese, Japanese and Persian porcelain and much more. It is a magical place where so many artists and art forms, cultures and religions bear resounding witness to the eternal and fruitful dialogue between art and wine.
A magical place where so many artists and art forms, cultures and religions bear resounding witness to the eternal and fruitful dialogue between art and wine.
The Museum of Wine in Art
Ram cup Jacob Schenauer (master 1582- 1608)
Gilded silver – Height 17 cm, length 14 cm
Germanic countries – Augsburg – c. 1590
Ceremonial welcome cup or ‘Wiederkomm‘ Antoni Leoni (active in Düsseldorf 1704-1715)
Signed on the base: “ANTONI LEONI VENET. F.”
Ivory – Height 61.5 cm
Germanic countries – Düsseldorf – c. 1710
Ceramic armature coated with annealed and enamelled hot spun glass – Height 10 cm
France – Nevers – Second half of the 17th century
Two Commedia dell’Arte characters
Circle of Johann Melchior Dinglinger
Silver-gilt and silver decorated with enamel, pearls, chalcedony and diamond
Height 11.5 cm
Probably Germanic countries – Early 18th century
Tapestry, part of a five-piece set depicting winemaking tasks – Wool
Height 270 cm, width 275 cm
Southern Netherlands – First quarter of the 16th century
Skyphos – Theseus painter
Black-figure terracotta – Height 17 cm
Greece – 520-510 B.C.
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