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Waiting by Edgar Degas

Waiting by Edgar Degas

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Works of art of all kinds are proof for human creativity and expression of one's own individuality - not simply that of the artist, but also that of each buyer or consumer of artworks. Every person likes different works of art or sees something else in them, interprets them differently, is touched by them in a different way.
By choosing works that we buy ourselves and show to others, we are unavoidably communication something about ourselves. Other than the works of other artistic disciplines, the creations of graphic arts don't have a fleeting character and cannot be repeated or multiplied. There is an original of every paining that is - apart from signs of aging - unchangeable.
High-quality art prints, like the ones offered by us, are the closest visual representation of the originals and provide the best opportunity for making a picture accessible to a large number of persons.

Why Us?

True art lovers like us want more than anything that the artists' creativity is valued, and that is only possible if our art prints are as close to the originals as possible.
Because we see our customers as people who share our love for art, it is our personal goal to ensure their satisfaction by staying true to our aspiration of being true masters of printing the old masters, but on the other hand to also make these masterworks accessible to everyone.
This obviously also includes fair pricing and a good customer service.
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Artists in the Spotlight: Joaquín Sorolla

Portrait von Joaquín Sorolla Joaquín Sorolla lost his parents who died of cholera at the age of two. He grew up with his aunt. He first learned a secure crafting profession and became a locksmith. Since his master had noticed his artistic talent, he could take private drawing lessons. Sorolla's first exhibitions in Valencia were so successful that the state granted him a scholarship to travel to Rome and Paris. Impressed by the French impressionists, he began to paint in the same way. He always worked in the open air and ridiculed painting in the closed space of the studio, which he compared to a garage where repairs could be made. "I hate the dark, Monet once said that painting is generally not...

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