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Giclée Prints

  • Alt kan ske, og det bliver godt - Anne Juul Christophersen
    Width: 84,6 cm / Height: 86 cm
    EUR 533,00
    In stock
  • Når du lytter, får du svar - Anne Juul Christophersen
    Width: 84,6 cm / Height: 86 cm
    EUR 533,00
    In stock
  • Når tusmørket falder på ... - Anne Juul Christophersen
    Width: 81 cm / Height: 81 cm
    EUR 536,00
    In stock
    Når tusmørket falder på, er det tid at finde hjem i sin rede og samle kræfter til næste dags eventyr - Anne Juul Christophersen - Giclée-print 2018
  • Sammen kan vi alting - Anne Juul Christophersen
    Width: 84,6 cm / Height: 86 cm
    EUR 533,00
    In stock
  • After the Carnival - Hans Henrik Fischer
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 400,00
    In stock
    After the Carnival - Hans Henrik Fischer
  • Asylum - Hans Henrik Fischer
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 533,00
    In stock
    Brand new art print by Hans Henrik Fischer. The art print is created after the original oil painting with the same title, which was exhibited at the art fair Art Herning 2023.
    When the artist so often paints children, it is an expression of artistic symbolism, where the child is a figurative, realistic symbol of the unspoiled. Children symbolize something pure and innocent that is polluted, corrupted and destroyed by growing up in our culture.
    In this work, a crying girl is seen sitting in a dark room wearing a kind of straitjacket. However, there is a small hope in the form of the small colorful bird with sparkling Disney eyes. The girl probably has a desire to be "free as a bird" - at least you as a viewer wish that on her behalf and other children behalf.

    Some of the bird's feathers are floating around the girl - how should that be interpreted?
  • Awakening - Hans Henrik Fischer
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 470,00
    In stock
    Awakening - Hans Henrik Fischer
  • Feed the Flame - Hans Henrik Fischer
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 400,00
    In stock
    Feed the Flame - Hans Henrik Fischer
  • Reaper - Hans Henrik Fischer
    Width: 84,5 cm / Height: 110 cm
    EUR 1.300,00
    In stock
    Reaper - Hans Henrik Fischer
  • Red Wings - Hans Henrik Fischer
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 60 cm
    EUR 375,00
    In stock
    Red Wings - Hans Henrik Fischer
  • Remnant - Hans Henrik Fischer
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 400,00
    In stock
    Remnant - Hans Henrik Fischer

    With frame: 64x64 cm
    Without frame: 50x50 cm
  • Right of Transition - Hans Henrik Fischer
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 400,00
    In stock
    Right of Transition - Hans Henrik Fischer
  • Sacrifice - Hans Henrik Fischer
    Width: 66 cm / Height: 80 cm
    EUR 1.030,00
    In stock
    Sacrifice - Hans Henrik Fischer
  • Storybook Love - Hans Henrik Fischer
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 69 cm
    EUR 375,00
    In stock
    Hans Henrik Fischer's brand new art print 'Storybook Love' makes one think of fairy tales because of the frog, the crown and of course the title. There is a dark background and the girl has some kind of monster painted on her face, but the motif is not quite as gloomy as those we are used to seeing from the artist.
    It is said that you have to kiss one or maybe several frogs before you find the 'prince'. The saying comes from fairy tales but is also a reality for many people. Is the frog in this artwork poisonous or will it turn into a prince? Will the girl experience her first trauma, or is she in for a happy ending?
    It is completely conscious that Hans Henrik draws us into conflicting emotions and reactions. You have to feel and sense the unpleasant, "das unheimliche", in the contrast between the innocent, childish, and the crazy, adult, creepy.

    The title suggests that it ends happily if the girl kisses the frog. Regardless of the meaning you attach to the artwork, it is full of beautiful, powerful colors that will decorate any home.
  • Take it with me - Hans Henrik Fischer
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 400,00
    In stock
    Take it with me - Hans Henrik Fischer
  • Teacher and Pupil - Hans Henrik Fischer
    Width: 78 cm / Height: 110 cm
    EUR 670,00
    In stock
    Teacher and Pupil - Hans Henrik Fischer
  • The Burning Ritual - Hans Henrik Fischer
    Width: 110 cm / Height: 90 cm
    EUR 1.270,00
    In stock
    The Burning Ritual - Hans Henrik Fischer
  • The Inner Glow - Hans Henrik Fischer
    Width: 40 cm / Height: 45 cm
    EUR 240,00
    In stock
    The Inner Glow - Hans Henrik Fischer

    Brand new art print by Hans Henrik Fischer. The art print is made after the original oil painting with the same title, which was exhibited at the art fair Art Herning 2023.
    'The Inner Glow' is a beautiful portrait. In this work, a girl with big, bright eyes is seen holding a burning candle in front of her in a dark room. The girl is surrounded by darkness but equipped with a lit candle, so that she can presumably figure her way out of the darkness. She is painted with a snake from her chest all the way up her face, which can symbolize a trauma or a difficult challenge.
    The title 'The Inner Glow' may refer to the girl having an inner strength - a strength that can take her out of the darkness. However, it is entirely up to the individual how the artwork is to be interpreted.

    When the artist so often paints children, it is an expression of symbolism, where the child is a figurative, realistic symbol of the unspoiled. Children symbolize something pure and innocent that is polluted, corrupted and destroyed by growing up in our culture.
  • To all we leave behind - Hans Henrik Fischer
    Width: 70 cm / Height: 80 cm
    EUR 534,00
    In stock
    'To all we leave behind' by Hans Henrik Fischer is made from the artist's beautiful original oil painting.
  • Canned Hunting - Leon Keer
    Width: 56 cm / Height: 60 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Club du Soleil - Leon Keer
    Width: 73 cm / Height: 70 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
    Club du Soleil by Leon Keer

    First art print by our new artist Leon Keer!
    Do you enjoy exploring what the world has to offer? And are you fond of LEGO? Then you might fall in love with this artwork.

    Motif: 65 x 50 cm
    Without frame: 75 x 60 cm
    With frame: 82 x 67 cm
    Edition: 50
  • Conceptions of Gender - Leon Keer
    Width: 75 cm / Height: 53 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Devotion - Leon Keer
    Width: 75 cm / Height: 53 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Ego Soldier - Leon Keer
    Width: 75 cm / Height: 56 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Gone Fishin' - Leon Keer
    Width: 75 cm / Height: 70 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Hegemoney - Leon Keer
    Width: 74 cm / Height: 60 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
    Hegemoney by Leon Keer

    Another art print by our new Dutch artist Leon Keer! Hegemony is the (unjustified) supremacy of a strong state over and exercise of power over weaker states or people, so this artwork is very political.

    Motif: 50 x 64 cm
    Without frame: 60 x 74 cm
    With frame: 63 x 77 cm
    Edition: 50
    2023
  • How are you doing II - Leon Keer
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 72 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • How are you doing Today - Leon Keer
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 72 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • I Love to Play - Leon Keer
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 73 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • I love you too - Leon Keer
    Width: 110 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Influence - Leon Keer
    Width: 75 cm / Height: 60 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
    Influence by Leon Keer

    Another art print by our new Dutch artist Leon Keer!

    Motif: 50 x 65 cm
    Without frame: 60 x 75 cm
    With frame: 63 x 78 cm
    Edition: 50
    2023
  • Life in the Corn (Shell) - Leon Keer
    Width: 51 cm / Height: 70 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Life on the Tide Line (Shell) - Leon Keer
    Width: 51 cm / Height: 70 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Measure and Weight - Leon Keer
    Width: 55 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Nature Studies (Shell) - Leon Keer
    Width: 51 cm / Height: 70 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Play by the rules - Leon Keer
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 73 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
    Play by the rules by Leon Keer

    Another art print by our new Dutch artist Leon Keer! Do you thrive or are you unhappy living a big city life? Do you wait for "green man" before crossing a road or do you cross the road as soon as you get the chance? Perhaps the work is about something more abstract? Maybe it's about standing before a crossroads in life? Which way should you go and what outcomes do you encounter on the different paths? It is up to the individual what meaning they want to assign the artwork - it is decorative and cool regardless of what meaning you attach to it.

    Motif: 65 x 50 cm
    Without frame: 75 x 60 cm
    With frame: 78 x 63 cm
    Edition: 50
    2023
  • Pokhmelin - Leon Keer
    Width: 80 cm / Height: 48 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Posh - Leon Keer
    Width: 75 cm / Height: 55 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Prescription Medication - Leon Keer
    Width: 56 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Red Ascent - Leon Keer
    Width: 56 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Rocking Ego - Leon Keer
    Width: 65 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Side Effect - Leon Keer
    Width: 56 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Spring - Leon Keer
    Width: 62 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Stand Outstanding - Leon Keer
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 80 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • The Bride Price - Leon Keer
    Width: 73 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • The Money Laundrette - Leon Keer
    Width: 70 cm / Height: 70 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Tie the Not - Leon Keer
    Width: 70 cm / Height: 70 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
  • Watch Out - Leon Keer
    Width: 85 cm / Height: 60 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
    Watch Out by Leon Keer

    Another art print by our new Dutch artist Leon Keer! Who doesn't enjoy looking at a clear, blue sky and a sea view? This work is not quite as politically charged as the other works by the artist. A lifeguard watches the beach from his tower, but the beach looks completely peaceful. The artist has added a bit of humor in the form of the Coca Cola sign's slogan - "Coca Cola - the medicine that relieves jellyfish stings".

    Motif: 50 x 75 cm
    Without frame: 60 x 85 cm
    With frame: 63 x 88 cm
    Edition: 50
    2023
  • Accused - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Action Directe - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    Not in stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • The String - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Bad Timing - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Ballerina - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 30 cm / Height: 34 cm
    EUR 480,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.


  • Beach-life - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Bird - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Bird - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 534,00
    In stock
    Trouble - Ole Ahlberg
  • Blind Man’s Buff - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Blind Man's Buff - Ole Ahlberg
  • Blindfolded - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Blindfolded - Ole Ahlberg
  • Blondie  - Raymond Stuwe (big size)
    Width: 100 cm / Height: 150 cm
    EUR 1.867,00
    In stock
    Debbie Harry is an American singer, songwriter and actress, best known as the lead vocalist of the rock band Blondie. With her beauty, daring choice of clothing, and bleached-blonde hair, Debbie quickly became a punk icon.
    In 1980 Andy Warhol produced a number of artworks of her and in one of the photographs she wore a “Andy Warhol’s Bad” t-shirt – in Stuwe’s portrait of Debbie Harry we see “BAD” on bold red letters. Are you a Blondie fan? Then this artwork is a must have!
  • Blondie  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Debbie Harry is an American singer, songwriter and actress, best known as the lead vocalist of the rock band Blondie. With her beauty, daring choice of clothing, and bleached-blonde hair, Debbie quickly became a punk icon.
    In 1980 Andy Warhol produced a number of artworks of her and in one of the photographs she wore a “Andy Warhol’s Bad” t-shirt – in Stuwe’s portrait of Debbie Harry we see “BAD” on bold red letters. Are you a Blondie fan? Then this artwork is a must have!
  • Boudoir - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Bowie 01 (Shhh)  - Raymond Stuwe (big size)
    Width: 100 cm / Height: 150 cm
    EUR 1.867,00
    In stock
    Throughout the years we have seen Raymond Stuwe (among other artists) portray David Bowie several times and we have seen him use Bowie’s iconic lightning bolt in portraits of other powerful rock icons.
    In a series of artwork by Stuwe Bowie is seen holding his finger up to his lips as if to shush the viewer. These artworks by Stuwe are based on photographer Gavin Evans’ series of photographs of the singer.
    In 1995 photographer Evans did a series of photographs of Bowie (the photoshoot is now known as “The Session”). Evans’ aim was to create individual images that would connect visually as: ‘see no evil', ‘hear no evil’ and ‘speak no evil’ that became redacted to simply ‘shush’ and ‘oi’.
  • Bowie 01 (Shhh)  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Throughout the years we have seen Raymond Stuwe (among other artists) portray David Bowie several times and we have seen him use Bowie’s iconic lightning bolt in portraits of other powerful rock icons.
    In a series of artwork by Stuwe Bowie is seen holding his finger up to his lips as if to shush the viewer. These artworks by Stuwe are based on photographer Gavin Evans’ series of photographs of the singer.
    In 1995 photographer Evans did a series of photographs of Bowie (the photoshoot is now known as “The Session”). Evans’ aim was to create individual images that would connect visually as: ‘see no evil', ‘hear no evil’ and ‘speak no evil’ that became redacted to simply ‘shush’ and ‘oi’.
  • Bowie 05  - Raymond Stuwe (big size)
    Width: 100 cm / Height: 150 cm
    EUR 1.867,00
    In stock
    Throughout the years we have seen Raymond Stuwe (among other artists) portray David Bowie several times and we have seen him use Bowie’s iconic lightning bolt in portraits of other powerful rock icons.
    In a series of artwork by Stuwe Bowie is seen holding his finger up to his lips as if to shush the viewer. These artworks by Stuwe are based on photographer Gavin Evans’ series of photographs of the singer.
    In 1995 photographer Evans did a series of photographs of Bowie (the photoshoot is now known as “The Session”). Evans’ aim was to create individual images that would connect visually as: ‘see no evil', ‘hear no evil’ and ‘speak no evil’ that became redacted to simply ‘shush’ and ‘oi’.
  • Bowie 05  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Throughout the years we have seen Raymond Stuwe (among other artists) portray David Bowie several times and we have seen him use Bowie’s iconic lightning bolt in portraits of other powerful rock icons.
    In a series of artwork by Stuwe Bowie is seen holding his finger up to his lips as if to shush the viewer. These artworks by Stuwe are based on photographer Gavin Evans’ series of photographs of the singer.
    In 1995 photographer Evans did a series of photographs of Bowie (the photoshoot is now known as “The Session”). Evans’ aim was to create individual images that would connect visually as: ‘see no evil', ‘hear no evil’ and ‘speak no evil’ that became redacted to simply ‘shush’ and ‘oi’.

    Sold with frame which is included in the price.
  • Bowie 08  - Raymond Stuwe (big size)
    Width: 100 cm / Height: 150 cm
    EUR 1.867,00
    In stock
    Throughout the years we have seen Raymond Stuwe (among other artists) portray David Bowie several times and we have seen him use Bowie’s iconic lightning bolt in portraits of other powerful rock icons.
    In a series of artwork by Stuwe Bowie is seen holding his finger up to his lips as if to shush the viewer. These artworks by Stuwe are based on photographer Gavin Evans’ series of photographs of the singer.
    In 1995 photographer Evans did a series of photographs of Bowie (the photoshoot is now known as “The Session”). Evans’ aim was to create individual images that would connect visually as: ‘see no evil', ‘hear no evil’ and ‘speak no evil’ that became redacted to simply ‘shush’ and ‘oi’.

    Sold with frame which is included in the price.
  • Bowie 08  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Throughout the years we have seen Raymond Stuwe (among other artists) portray David Bowie several times and we have seen him use Bowie’s iconic lightning bolt in portraits of other powerful rock icons.
    In a series of artwork by Stuwe Bowie is seen holding his finger up to his lips as if to shush the viewer. These artworks by Stuwe are based on photographer Gavin Evans’ series of photographs of the singer.
    In 1995 photographer Evans did a series of photographs of Bowie (the photoshoot is now known as “The Session”). Evans’ aim was to create individual images that would connect visually as: ‘see no evil', ‘hear no evil’ and ‘speak no evil’ that became redacted to simply ‘shush’ and ‘oi’.
  • Bowie 10  - Raymond Stuwe (big size)
    Width: 100 cm / Height: 150 cm
    EUR 1.867,00
    In stock
    Throughout the years we have seen Raymond Stuwe (among other artists) portray David Bowie several times and we have seen him use Bowie’s iconic lightning bolt in portraits of other powerful rock icons.
    In a series of artwork by Stuwe Bowie is seen holding his finger up to his lips as if to shush the viewer. These artworks by Stuwe are based on photographer Gavin Evans’ series of photographs of the singer.
    In 1995 photographer Evans did a series of photographs of Bowie (the photoshoot is now known as “The Session”). Evans’ aim was to create individual images that would connect visually as: ‘see no evil', ‘hear no evil’ and ‘speak no evil’ that became redacted to simply ‘shush’ and ‘oi’.
  • Bowie 10  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Throughout the years we have seen Raymond Stuwe (among other artists) portray David Bowie several times and we have seen him use Bowie’s iconic lightning bolt in portraits of other powerful rock icons.
    In a series of artwork by Stuwe Bowie is seen holding his finger up to his lips as if to shush the viewer. These artworks by Stuwe are based on photographer Gavin Evans’ series of photographs of the singer.
    In 1995 photographer Evans did a series of photographs of Bowie (the photoshoot is now known as “The Session”). Evans’ aim was to create individual images that would connect visually as: ‘see no evil', ‘hear no evil’ and ‘speak no evil’ that became redacted to simply ‘shush’ and ‘oi’.

    Sold with frame which is included in the price.
  • Bowie 13  - Raymond Stuwe (big size)
    Width: 100 cm / Height: 150 cm
    EUR 1.867,00
    In stock
    Throughout the years we have seen Raymond Stuwe (among other artists) portray David Bowie several times and we have seen him use Bowie’s iconic lightning bolt in portraits of other powerful rock icons.
    In a series of artwork by Stuwe Bowie is seen holding his finger up to his lips as if to shush the viewer. These artworks by Stuwe are based on photographer Gavin Evans’ series of photographs of the singer.
    In 1995 photographer Evans did a series of photographs of Bowie (the photoshoot is now known as “The Session”). Evans’ aim was to create individual images that would connect visually as: ‘see no evil', ‘hear no evil’ and ‘speak no evil’ that became redacted to simply ‘shush’ and ‘oi’.

    Sold with frame which is included in the price.
  • Bowie 13  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Throughout the years we have seen Raymond Stuwe (among other artists) portray David Bowie several times and we have seen him use Bowie’s iconic lightning bolt in portraits of other powerful rock icons.
    In a series of artwork by Stuwe Bowie is seen holding his finger up to his lips as if to shush the viewer. These artworks by Stuwe are based on photographer Gavin Evans’ series of photographs of the singer.
    In 1995 photographer Evans did a series of photographs of Bowie (the photoshoot is now known as “The Session”). Evans’ aim was to create individual images that would connect visually as: ‘see no evil', ‘hear no evil’ and ‘speak no evil’ that became redacted to simply ‘shush’ and ‘oi’.

  • Carambolage - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    If the toys Ole Ahlberg often places in his pictures are a solid symbol of innocence, then it’s a different matter when it comes to the figure of Tintin, who has become a kind of trademark for the artist. For Tintin is a completely fictitious person. Plus he’s a very special type, one where you don’t find even an inkling of a love life in any of the comics. With the exception of the opera-singing, bosomy Milanese nightingale, Bianca Castafiore, women are by and large missing from Tintin’s universe. Even the heavily drinking and constantly cursing Captain Haddock shies terrifyingly away from Castafiore’s advances, which are more a publicity stunt than a real declaration of love. Ole Ahlberg places this quite unusually virtuous comic strip figure in situations where he is confronted with very corporeal and scantily clad earthy women. With great wonder, or should we say shock, Tintin stares at the forbidden fruit. His facial expressions, often taken from episodes in actual comics, reveal that all this eroticism is completely alien to him. As though it came from another planet. Ole Ahlberg, leaving no room for doubt, emphasizes that Tintin is a fictitious person by depicting him using Herges’ sharp, black contours in contrast to the rest of the paintings clair obscure.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Supervision II - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 91 cm / Height: 75 cm
    EUR 2.535,00
    In stock
    Caravaggio's Angel - Ole Ahlberg
  • Caravaggios prophet - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg places this quite unusually virtuous comic strip figure in situations where he is confronted with very corporeal and scantily clad earthy women. With great wonder, or should we say shock, Tintin stares at the forbidden fruit. His facial expressions, often taken from episodes in actual comics, reveal that all this eroticism is completely alien to him. As though it came from another planet. Ole Ahlberg, leaving no room for doubt, emphasizes that Tintin is a fictitious person by depicting him using Herges’ sharp, black contours in contrast to the rest of the paintings clair obscure.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Cecilia - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Censur - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Circo di Caravaggio - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    The Danish artist, Ole Ahlberg, was sued by Moulinsart (Tintin’s copyright holders), for using images of Tintin and the Thompson Twins in his art. They lost. This dates back to 2001, when the artist was opening a show of his art in Brussels with the wife of the Danish prime minister when Moulinsart’s lawyers demanded the offending images be removed. Ahlberg refused and the case went to court where the Judge found in the artists favour on the grounds that parody is allowable under Belgian and international copyright law.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Cleaning the Dog - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Contemporary Running - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Control  - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg places this quite unusually virtuous comic strip figure in situations where he is confronted with very corporeal and scantily clad earthy women. With great wonder, or should we say shock, Tintin stares at the forbidden fruit. His facial expressions, often taken from episodes in actual comics, reveal that all this eroticism is completely alien to him. As though it came from another planet. Ole Ahlberg, leaving no room for doubt, emphasizes that Tintin is a fictitious person by depicting him using Herges’ sharp, black contours in contrast to the rest of the paintings clair obscure.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Cool Car - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Count down - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Cruising - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Curiosity - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Dai Lai - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Dangerous Cargo - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Dangerous Cargo - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Action Directe - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Desert - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 30 cm / Height: 34 cm
    EUR 480,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Design in the dark - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 640,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    If Ole Ahlberg’s principles of composition have changed, his motifs have essentially stayed the same: it is mostly still about eroticism. Being a very sophisticated artist, he never allows the pictures to become too lewd or carnal in nature, but somehow he finds a way to get the viewer, to a great extent, to create the suggestive stories. Eroticism is usually also just a pretext for political commentary and a deeper epistemological investigation. In this respect Ole Ahlberg prefers the black humor and mysteriousness of Magritte than the theatricality and surrealism of Dalí.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Disclosure - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    The Danish artist, Ole Ahlberg, was sued by Moulinsart (Tintin’s copyright holders), for using images of Tintin and the Thompson Twins in his art. They lost. This dates back to 2001, when the artist was opening a show of his art in Brussels with the wife of the Danish prime minister when Moulinsart’s lawyers demanded the offending images be removed. Ahlberg refused and the case went to court where the Judge found in the artists favour on the grounds that parody is allowable under Belgian and international copyright law.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Distraction I - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 38 cm / Height: 44 cm
    EUR 470,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Distraction II - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Dragon Dreams - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 620,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Dreamboat - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Dressing for a Drive - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • End of the Road - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Exploring the Wilderness - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock

  • Falling - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Fascination - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Fashion - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works. hehm.

    Video presentation of the lithography on our instagram account
  • First Aid - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • First Flirting - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Fisherman - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    The Danish artist, Ole Ahlberg, was sued by Moulinsart (Tintin’s copyright holders), for using images of Tintin and the Thompson Twins in his art. They lost. This dates back to 2001, when the artist was opening a show of his art in Brussels with the wife of the Danish prime minister when Moulinsart’s lawyers demanded the offending images be removed. Ahlberg refused and the case went to court where the Judge found in the artists favour on the grounds that parody is allowable under Belgian and international copyright law.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Flowers - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • The String - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Freddy Mercury  - Raymond Stuwe
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
    Decisiveness, and power are certainly words that comes to mind when it comes to Freddie Mercury. As a young man he came from nowhere with a fierce determination and persistence to transform himself into the legendary Freddie Mercury.
    Mercury is (to this day) very well known for his distinctive, remarkable and absolutely powerful voice!
  • Garden Party - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 30 cm / Height: 34 cm
    EUR 480,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Garden Party II - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 30 cm / Height: 34 cm
    EUR 480,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

  • Good Memories - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Green Model - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Hiding in a Box - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • High Tide - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 30 cm / Height: 34 cm
    EUR 480,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.


  • Action Directe - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Iggy Pop  - Raymond Stuwe
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
    Iggy Pop (also known as the "Godfather of Punk"), is an American singer, musician and songwriter of the proto-punk band The Stooges.
    Throughout his career, Pop is well known for his shocking and unpredictable stage antics, poetic lyrics and distinctive voice.
    Although Pop has had limited commercial success, he has remained a culture icon and has had a significant influence on a wide range of musicians in numerous genres.
  • Illustrated - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Accused - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock

  • The Boat III - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 620,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Interference - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Interrupted - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Accused - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock

  • Kabul Open Office - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Kurt Cobain  - Raymond Stuwe
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
    In 1987 Kurt Cobain formed the rock band Nirvana with Krist Novoselic and Aaron Burckhard and established it as part of the Seattle music scene that later became known as grunge.
    Rolling Stone Magazine included Cobain in its lists of the “100 Greatest Songwriters of All Time”, and in 2006, he was placed 20th by Hit Parader on their list of the "100 Greatest Metal Singers of All Time".
    Cobain was talented as a songwriter and musician, and he had a powerful voice with a lot to say.
  • La Gare - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • The String - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Last Chance - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • The String - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Leaving Home - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    It is, however, also interesting that eroticism in Ole Ahlberg’s paintings is rarely spelled out for you. In one of the best Tintin paintings we see the young journalist incredulously regarding a red space rocket (from “Destination Moon”) placed under the skirt of a beautiful woman. Ole Ahlberg only presents us with a gaping Tintin, a rocket, and a woman’s lower body, thus enticing the observer to become a co-creator by conjuring up the erotic exploit from his/her own subconscious. Here the artist draws on the age-old truth that the most sex-fixated people on earth are the puritans, who can find sexual references in even the most innocent motifs. All because they refuse to acknowledge their own sexual urges. And for exactly that reason Ole Ahlberg has the whole Tintin-group after him with an army of lawyers trying to figure out a way to get the better of this impertinent Dane who is so impudent as to exercise his freedom of artistic expression.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Letter from a War-Zone - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.

  • Life - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Local Hero - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • The Boat III - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Looking Back - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Lowland Sunset - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Marching Band  - Hans Hendrik Fischer
    Width: 100 cm / Height: 150 cm
    EUR 670,00
    In stock
  • Mayday - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • The String - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Mick Jagger  - Raymond Stuwe (big size)
    Width: 100 cm / Height: 100 cm
    EUR 1.334,00
    In stock
    English singer and songwriter, Mick Jagger, has achieved international fame as lead vocalist and one of the founding members of rock band The Rolling Stones. He has been commonly described as one of the most influential and popular frontmen in the history of rock music. Jagger’s distinctive voice and energetic live performances have been The Rolling Stones' trademark throughout the years.
    Jagger’s voice has been described as a powerful and expressive tool for communicating feelings to his audience.

    Sold with frame which is included in the price.
  • Mick Jagger  - Raymond Stuwe (small)
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 50 cm
    EUR 600,00
    In stock
    English singer and songwriter, Mick Jagger, has achieved international fame as lead vocalist and one of the founding members of rock band The Rolling Stones. He has been commonly described as one of the most influential and popular frontmen in the history of rock music. Jagger’s distinctive voice and energetic live performances have been The Rolling Stones' trademark throughout the years.
    Jagger’s voice has been described as a powerful and expressive tool for communicating feelings to his audience.
  • Mikkel - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Mirage - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 640,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    If the toys Ole Ahlberg often places in his pictures are a solid symbol of innocence, then it’s a different matter when it comes to the figure of Tintin, who has become a kind of trademark for the artist. For Tintin is a completely fictitious person. Plus he’s a very special type, one where you don’t find even an inkling of a love life in any of the comics. With the exception of the opera-singing, bosomy Milanese nightingale, Bianca Castafiore, women are by and large missing from Tintin’s universe. Even the heavily drinking and constantly cursing Captain Haddock shies terrifyingly away from Castafiore’s advances, which are more a publicity stunt than a real declaration of love. Ole Ahlberg places this quite unusually virtuous comic strip figure in situations where he is confronted with very corporeal and scantily clad earthy women. With great wonder, or should we say shock, Tintin stares at the forbidden fruit. His facial expressions, often taken from episodes in actual comics, reveal that all this eroticism is completely alien to him. As though it came from another planet. Ole Ahlberg, leaving no room for doubt, emphasizes that Tintin is a fictitious person by depicting him using Herges’ sharp, black contours in contrast to the rest of the paintings clair obscure.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Model with Toy - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Monument - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Motherly Love - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Movement 5 - Carsten Beck
    Width: 40 cm / Height: 55 cm
    EUR 374,00
    In stock
  • Movement 5 - Carsten Beck
    Width: 40 cm / Height: 55 cm
    EUR 374,00
    In stock
  • Movement 5 - Carsten Beck
    Width: 40 cm / Height: 55 cm
    EUR 374,00
    In stock
  • Mural - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • My name is Beyonce - Jules Holland
    Width: 45 / Height: 60
    EUR 547,00
    In stock
    60 x 45 cm
    Edition: 25
    Numbered and signed by the artist
    Incl. certificate

    Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter, commonly known as Beyoncé, is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and businesswoman, born on September 4, 1981, in Houston, Texas. She is one of the most iconic and influential figures in modern popular culture.

    Beyoncé began her career as a member of the world-renowned girl group Destiny's Child in the 1990s before embarking on a successful solo career. Her solo breakthrough came with the release of her debut album, "Dangerously in Love," in 2003, featuring hits like "Crazy in Love" and "Baby Boy." Since then, she has continued to deliver an impressive array of hits and albums, solidifying her status as one of the most successful and influential musicians in the world.

    Beyoncé's music spans a wide range of genres, including R&B, pop, hip-hop, and soul, and she is known for her powerful voice, dynamic stage presence, and unique artistic vision. She has won numerous awards, including Grammy Awards, and has sold millions of records worldwide.
  • My name is Grace - Jules Holland
    Width: 45 / Height: 60
    EUR 547,00
    In stock
    60 x 45 cm
    Edition: 25
    Numbered and signed by the artist
    Incl. certificate

    Grace Jones is a Jamaican-American singer, songwriter, model, actress, and icon, born on May 19, 1948, in Kingston, Jamaica. With her unique blend of avant-garde fashion, striking androgynous appearance, and groundbreaking music, Jones has left an indelible mark on the world of entertainment and pop culture.

    Jones first gained attention as a model in the 1970s, working with some of the most renowned designers and photographers of the era. Her striking features, bold style, and fearless attitude set her apart in the fashion world, earning her recognition as a trailblazer and a muse for many designers.

    In the late 1970s and 1980s, Grace Jones transitioned into music, releasing a series of albums that defied genre conventions and pushed the boundaries of popular music. Her music encompassed elements of disco, reggae, funk, and new wave, and she became known for her electrifying performances and avant-garde visuals.

    Some of Jones's most iconic songs include "Pull Up to the Bumper," "Slave to the Rhythm," and "La Vie en Rose." Her albums, such as "Nightclubbing" and "Slave to the Rhythm," are considered classics and have influenced generations of musicians and artists.
  • My name is Kim - Jules Holland
    Width: 45 / Height: 60
    EUR 547,00
    In stock
    60 x 45 cm
    Edition: 25
    Numbered and signed by the artist
    Incl. certificate

    Kim Kardashian is an American media personality, socialite, model, businesswoman, and actress, born on October 21, 1980, in Los Angeles, California. She first gained public attention as a close friend and stylist to Paris Hilton, but she later became widely known for her own reality television series, "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," which premiered in 2007.

    As the daughter of the late attorney Robert Kardashian and Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian grew up in the spotlight. However, it was her savvy use of social media and her ability to capitalize on her fame that propelled her into superstardom. She has built a vast empire encompassing various business ventures, including fashion lines, beauty products, mobile apps, and fragrance collections.

    One of Kim's most notable business ventures is her cosmetics line, KKW Beauty, which has seen tremendous success since its launch. She has also ventured into shapewear with her brand SKIMS, which has gained widespread popularity for its inclusive range of sizes and skin tones.
  • My name is Lady Gaga - Jules Holland
    Width: 45 / Height: 60
    EUR 547,00
    In stock
    60 x 45 cm
    Edition: 25
    Numbered and signed by the artist
    Incl. certificate

    Lady Gaga, born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta on March 28, 1986, is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and activist. She rose to prominence in the late 2000s with her avant-garde approach to music, fashion, and performance art, establishing herself as one of the most distinctive and influential figures in contemporary pop culture.

    Gaga's musical journey began in New York City's underground club scene, where she honed her craft and developed her signature style. She gained widespread attention with her debut album, "The Fame," released in 2008, which spawned hits like "Just Dance" and "Poker Face." Known for her eclectic blend of pop, dance, and electronic music, Gaga's songs often explore themes of self-empowerment, individuality, and inclusivity.

    What sets Lady Gaga apart is not only her musical talent but also her extravagant stage presence and avant-garde fashion sense. Renowned for her elaborate costumes, daring hairstyles, and theatrical performances, she pushes boundaries and challenges norms with her artistry.
  • Mystères de la Nature - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Mystery Mountain - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • No Trespassing - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    No Trespassing - Ole Ahlberg
  • On Stop - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock

  • Action Directe - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • On the Floor - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 620,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • On the Road - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • On the Stairs - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    This brand new Ole Ahlberg art print is somewhat more cool and edgy than the previous ones in the form of the gloomy, blurred background and a smoking rock chic in front with a tattoo of Tintin and Captain Haddock in free fall.

    Are you looking for a statement piece? Then this art print might just be for you.

    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.
    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Orange Sky - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Paparazzi II - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg has created a universe where the baroque vanitas symbols, such as peeled lemons, hourglasses, unlit candles, and skulls, have been replaced by a more contemporary repertoire. The most obvious difference being between things and people from the “real” world contra comic strip characters. His many scantily-clad women, swans, porcelain objects, and clouds are painted in a very convincing life-like manner while the comic strip characters, mainly taken from Hergés’ Tintin, are painted with a clearly defined outline that makes them appear flat on the canvas. A difference that is almost tangible.

    If Ole Ahlberg’s principles of composition have changed, his motifs have essentially stayed the same: it is mostly still about eroticism. Being a very sophisticated artist, he never allows the pictures to become too lewd or carnal in nature, but somehow he finds a way to get the viewer, to a great extent, to create the suggestive stories. Eroticism is usually also just a pretext for political commentary and a deeper epistemological investigation. In this respect Ole Ahlberg prefers the black humor and mysteriousness of Magritte than the theatricality and surrealism of Dalí.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Action Directe - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Pink Sky II - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Plaything III - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Plaything IV - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Playtime - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Promenade Forestiére - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Promenade Forestiére by Ole Ahlberg.
    This beautiful new art print is perfect for spring! Do you also enjoy going for walks and seeing nature flourish? Tintin and Terry seem to do just that.

    The print is numbered and signed by Ole Ahlberg
    Sheet size: 61x50 cm
    Framed dimensions: 72x60 cm


    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

  • Accused - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Reader's Club (2018) - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    If the toys Ole Ahlberg often places in his pictures are a solid symbol of innocence, then it’s a different matter when it comes to the figure of Tintin, who has become a kind of trademark for the artist. For Tintin is a completely fictitious person. Plus he’s a very special type, one where you don’t find even an inkling of a love life in any of the comics. With the exception of the opera-singing, bosomy Milanese nightingale, Bianca Castafiore, women are by and large missing from Tintin’s universe. Even the heavily drinking and constantly cursing Captain Haddock shies terrifyingly away from Castafiore’s advances, which are more a publicity stunt than a real declaration of love. Ole Ahlberg places this quite unusually virtuous comic strip figure in situations where he is confronted with very corporeal and scantily clad earthy women. With great wonder, or should we say shock, Tintin stares at the forbidden fruit. His facial expressions, often taken from episodes in actual comics, reveal that all this eroticism is completely alien to him. As though it came from another planet. Ole Ahlberg, leaving no room for doubt, emphasizes that Tintin is a fictitious person by depicting him using Herges’ sharp, black contours in contrast to the rest of the paintings clair obscure.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Reflex - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Representation - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Research - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Resting - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Room 905 - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    If the toys Ole Ahlberg often places in his pictures are a solid symbol of innocence, then it’s a different matter when it comes to the figure of Tintin, who has become a kind of trademark for the artist. For Tintin is a completely fictitious person. Plus he’s a very special type, one where you don’t find even an inkling of a love life in any of the comics. With the exception of the opera-singing, bosomy Milanese nightingale, Bianca Castafiore, women are by and large missing from Tintin’s universe. Even the heavily drinking and constantly cursing Captain Haddock shies terrifyingly away from Castafiore’s advances, which are more a publicity stunt than a real declaration of love. Ole Ahlberg places this quite unusually virtuous comic strip figure in situations where he is confronted with very corporeal and scantily clad earthy women. With great wonder, or should we say shock, Tintin stares at the forbidden fruit. His facial expressions, often taken from episodes in actual comics, reveal that all this eroticism is completely alien to him. As though it came from another planet. Ole Ahlberg, leaving no room for doubt, emphasizes that Tintin is a fictitious person by depicting him using Herges’ sharp, black contours in contrast to the rest of the paintings clair obscure.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Royal Danish II - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    Not in stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Royal Danish III - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.


  • Rune Christensen - Indifference
    Width: / Height:
    EUR 240,00
    In stock
  • Rune Christensen - Plants
    Width: / Height:
    EUR 400,00
    In stock
  • Rune Christensen - Unknown portrait
    Width: / Height:
    EUR 240,00
    In stock
  • Sculpture Park - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 30 cm / Height: 34 cm
    EUR 480,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

  • Seascape - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • The Boat III - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Sightseeing VI - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Silent Moon - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Silent Sea - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Sirens  - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.
  • Soft Paint - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

  • South Sea - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Desert - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 30 cm / Height: 34 cm
    EUR 480,00
    Not in stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Submission - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • Television - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    It is, however, also interesting that eroticism in Ole Ahlberg’s paintings is rarely spelled out for you. In one of the best Tintin paintings we see the young journalist incredulously regarding a red space rocket (from “Destination Moon”) placed under the skirt of a beautiful woman. Ole Ahlberg only presents us with a gaping Tintin, a rocket, and a woman’s lower body, thus enticing the observer to become a co-creator by conjuring up the erotic exploit from his/her own subconscious. Here the artist draws on the age-old truth that the most sex-fixated people on earth are the puritans, who can find sexual references in even the most innocent motifs. All because they refuse to acknowledge their own sexual urges. And for exactly that reason Ole Ahlberg has the whole Tintin-group after him with an army of lawyers trying to figure out a way to get the better of this impertinent Dane who is so impudent as to exercise his freedom of artistic expression.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works. hehm.
  • The Balcony in Phu Quoc - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • The Big Catch - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • The Boat - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • The Boat II - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • The Boat III - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • The Day After II - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • The Escape - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 800,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
  • The Experts - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    Technically, Ahlberg is in full control, he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail; Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and sincere awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg simply melts two completely different values ​​together without overconstructing it.

    Ole Ahlberg's early paintings were formed by the maxim “a picture in a picture in a picture”, like a set of Chinese boxes. But now there is only one central picture surface, one central scene where the action takes place. Thus Ole Ahlberg has abandoned his subtle illusionism in favor of a more “normal” painting. This hasn’t made his pictures any less enigmatic or ambiguous as he concurrently began making use of a one-color background, black or dark blue, like many of the Dutch Baroque still life artists employed. A background that appears even more inscrutable and mysterious in relation to the brightly illuminated objects in the foreground.

    Before the popular breakthrough, Ole Ahlberg was best known as (80er) surrealist, and as part of the art association "Pas Partout" he already made strong works at the time - and they were hard to get hold of. Today you have to think and act quickly if you want to own one of the new original works.
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At Artwolfsen, this is always an original painting scanned into a computer before being printed. The digital data is finely adjusted to the specific type of paper or surface being used. This makes sure that the best possible likeness with the original is achieved. Up close, a Giclée print appears identical to the original painting – that is the level of quality we are dealing with. This is not a cheap printing technique, which is why it is often used for reproduction of high-end limited edition art prints. The price of a Giclée print is not comparable to the price of things like posters, as the ink from the small jets, the paper quality and the time consuming printing method ensures a high-quality print with a limited number of copies. The prints are slowly processed individually one millimetre at a time through the printer while the ink is being sprayed on. This is the finest digital printing technique available and the only technique recognised by galleries.

Giclée printing has become more prevalent as a new and improved high-quality printing method used in the art world. Please note that this is nothing like a photo copy or other easily available printing methods. Each individual work is printed with ink being sprayed from small jets and then quality checked before being signed. In recent years, we have seen a movement from traditional printing techniques, such as lithography and other types of graphic printing, towards Giclée printing where the printing process is transferred to the more precise digital media. At Artwolfsen, we are at the forefront of this trend because we regard Giclée printing as an artistic expression in its own right with its own techniques, and we believe this art form is going to become even more widespread. A Giclée print is a print from a numbered and signed edition. You can see which number in the edition (print run) you have bought by looking at the number on your print, for example 15/80 – number 15 of 80 impressions. Therefore, we are talking about “true” art made available in a set number of copies making the price more accessible. At Artwolfsen, we see this as one of the advantages of printing: Real art (perhaps even a print of a painting you love) can be made available to the general public without costing a fortune. It is worth mentioning, though, that a single, unique print of a work is sometimes made. The paper for this type of print must be “archival quality paper”, which means thick, acid-free, high-quality paper and, as far as possible, information about the type of paper used should be made available. As with all high-quality art prints the works should be framed using high-quality glass to ensure the paper quality and the colour intensity is preserved for posterity.