Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Temple of Buddha Canton, China 1843. Antique Etching

Qing Dynasty Leisure Seal

Temple of Buddha Canton: Mid-19th century etching depicting the altar of the famous Cantonese temple with monks and musicians in front of the altar.

Engraved by W.H. Capone after a drawing by Thomas Allom.

Thick printing paper, 7,5 x 5 (19 x 12,6 cm) in is the actual print, 11 x 8,2 (27,6 x 20,5 cm) the complete sheet.

Good condition, clean and fresh. It looks great when matted and framed.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Dimbur Postcard Gypsy Village, Suchohrad, Dimvar

Dimbur Postcard Gypsy Village, Suchohrad, Dimvar

Antique postcard with Gypsies on Dimvar

Suchohrad , Dimvar – Dimburg. Old s/w postcard: “Czigany tanya – Zigeuner Ansiedlung“ (Gypsy Village). 

The postcard depicts 3 Gypsy children in front of a Gypsy village.

Unused, very good condition. 1918 Suchograd (German: Dimburg, Hungarian: Dimvar) is a village and municipality in Malacky District in the Bratislava Region of western Slovakia close to the town of Malacky, north-west of Slovakia's capital Bratislava.

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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Mela Köhler Mas Postcard Girl and Toys

Mela Köhler X-Mas Postcard Girl and Toys

Mela Koehler Postcard

Mela Koehler: Art Deco Postcard, depicting a little girl kneeling in front of her Christmas tree and looking at her toys.

Published by Munk in Vienna as Nr. 1187.

Not postally used but a few lines with pencil at reverse. Good condition.

This one is not a common Mela Koehler postcard.

Friday, November 09, 2012

Drawing by Richard Geiger: Jewish Gentleman talking in the Streets.

Jewish Gentleman talking in the Streets. Authentic Graphic by Richard Geiger

Richard Geiger: Authentic drawing from app. 1910, depicting 2 Jews in a street, talking.

Artist signed: Geiger R. Size: 29 x 20 cm ( matted 31 x 7,8 cm) 7,8 x 10, 6 inches (matted 12 x 15 inches), good condition.

Richard Geiger (Austrian, 1870-1945) was active in Budapest and Paris. Richard Geiger began his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna under Christian Grepenkerl and Eisenmengen. Later he went to Paris to work in the studio of L. Flameng. After 1893 Richard Geiger worked in Budapest als genre painter.

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