Die Galerie bei der Oper lädt Sie gemeinsam mit dem Lebensmittelgeschäft „Wilder Osten“ vom Vorgartenmark zu köstlichen Bio Trauben-Apfel-Punsch (alkoholfrei oder mit Schuss) und hausgemachten Leckereien ein.
Außerdem finden Sie wunderschöne handverzierte Lebkuchen aus der Tatra.
Freitag 16. und Samstag 17.12. von 11.00 bis 18.00 Uhr
in der Galerie bei der Oper (Bösendorferstraße 1, Ecke Kärntnerstraße)
Wiener Eislaufverein, Lothringerstr. 22, 1030 Wien
Visit us at Booth 3!
The Art Fair is dedicated to collectors and art amateurs with over 4,500 m2 of beautiful objects, furniture and antiques.
Antiques & Art Fair is taking place at LUXEXPO THE BOX from June 10 - 13 2022.
For free tikets please follow this LINK.
Further information please see https://thebox.lu/en/events/antiques-art-fair-luxembourg-2/?section=visiteur
organized by the Chambre Syndicale de l’Estampe, du Dessin et du Tableau (CSEDT), will bring together 19 exhibitors from across Europe in the historical Réfectoire du Couvent des Cordeliers in Paris.
Please feel free to get in touch for free tickets.
For further information about the Fair please see the website.
We are very happy to announce our participation at the
LIVRES RARES & OBJETS D'ART
RARE BOOKS & FINE ARTS Fair
at the Grand Palais Éphémère in Paris
September 24 - 26
Further information please find here: https://salondulivrerare.paris/
Please contact us for invitation cards.
Sōsaku hanga (creative prints) was an art movement starting in the early 20th century, which was shaped by the expectation that the artist must participate in every aspect of printmaking. Sōsaku hanga prints, therefore, mark the departure from traditional ukiyo-e production and aesthetics, and results in highly individualized works, strongly influenced by international trends in art.
For our whole collection of Sosaka Hanga and New Hanga Prints, please click here.
What are the characteristics of Osaka Prints?
The main subjects of Osaka prints are portraits of kabuki actors, their roles, and kabuki plays in general. Sometimes the images include the stage settings or essential attributes of the actor's part.
In comparison with Edo prints, Osaka prints are often more detailed in expression and color. Sometimes even the plain background was filled with color. The facial expressions of the portraits are more distinct and delicate. This remarkably high workmanship and high quality of materials, color and paper, make Osaka prints very precious. The so-called Osaka prints became favored among connoisseurs.