The figure "The Night", limited, comes from Johannes Schilling, who was commissioned around 1861 to design the plateau of Dresden's Brühl Terrace. This prompted him to create the artwork "Four Times of Day". In a new edition MEISSEN® designs each sculpture in an impressive way. Like the darkness, the female figure of the night has protectively laid her long cloak, held by a crescent moon in her hair, over a slumbering boy. From her left, the winged god Morpheus leans over and whispers sweet dreams to the sleeping boy. Fine facial features and harmony of drapery and postures underscore the sculpture's haunting symbolism. The work of art is limited.