The figure "Chimpanzee with clarinet", hand-painted and limited, is part of a nine-part monkey chapel by Otto Pilz from 1908. As an expression of fantastic craftsmanship 's he succeeds with his "Monkey Musicians" a remarkable and ironic interpretation to Kaendler's "Monkey Chapel" (1753). In contrast to the baroque chapel, his monkey bears characteristic, individual features. The animal sculpture, hand-painted, captivates with its humorous appearance. The monkey sits on a stool and plays the clarinet with his eyes closed. Incomparable craftsmanship. The figure is limited to 25 pieces.