I’ve added some new ex-libris’ by Willi Geiger which can be viewed in the Recently Added page. Willi Geiger ‘s macabre illustrations and his trademark font that he created; a re-working of German Gothic type, make him one of the most unique (and macabre) illustrators of that period. For more of his work, feel free [...]
I’ve just added some new additions to the gallery which can be seen in the Recently Added page. You’ll find some more of Koloman Moser’s early work for the Meggendorfer Blätter as well as some new illustrations by Willi Geiger, Carl Otta Czeschka and G.th Kempf. I’ve also added lots of new work by Mila [...]
I just returned from Miami Beach where I saw a wonderful exhibit on Wiener Werkstätte postcards. The exhibit is called ‘Postcards of the Wiener Werkstätte: Selections from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection’ and it runs until March 31, 2013 at the Wolfsonian Museum. This is a slimmed down version of the exhibit by the same [...]
I just finished a new gallery for the secessionist artist Josef Maria Auchentaller. He is one of the lesser known members of the Vienna Secession and unfortunately most of his work has been lost. An exhibit on him by the Leopold Museum in 2009 has helped to bring him back from obscurity. A special thanks to Jalf [...]
Just added a new gallery for the Dutch painter and illustrator Jan Toorop. He was admired by the secessionists and his illustrations were often featured in Deutsche Kunst und Illustration. For further study of his work, be sure to check the Jan Toorop research centre: http://www.jan-toorop.com/
If you find yourself in Miami, Florida in the next few month, be sure to visit the Wolfsonian Museum in Miami Beach for an exhibition of Wiener Werkstätte postcards: Selections from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection. This is part of the same collection which was shown at the Neue Gallery in New York a few years [...]
The Bookstore is now up. I will be updating this as new books become available.
My apologies I haven’t updated in a while. Today I uploaded a new gallery for the illustrator Willi Geiger. You can see really the Bruno Paul influence in his work. Enjoy!
Just added a beautiful new postcard series for Gottlieb Theodor Kempf.