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Ole Ahlberg

  • Plakat – Blokhus 2022 – In the Air – Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 70 cm / Height: 100 cm
    EUR 50,00
    In stock
    The new poster 'In the Air' portrays Kaptajn Haddock, Tintin and Terry, who all look at a very interesting cloud. When our automatic reaction is to search for the erotic twist, it is because we know by now that Ole Ahlberg always places Tintin in erotic situations. That is the genius touch in this artwork - the fact that Ole Ahlberg has taught us his unique Tintin universe and language - even when it is well-hidden.
  • Poster - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 70 cm / Height: 100 cm
    EUR 50,00
    In stock
    Poster made for Ahlberg's retrospective exhibition at Otterup Geværfabrik, Funen, may - august 2019.
  • Poster - Skagen 2022 - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 70 cm / Height: 100 cm
    EUR 50,00
    In stock
    Poster made for the opening of Galerie Wolfsen's Summer-gallery, Skagen, Denmark june 2020.
  • Poster - Skagen 2022 - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 70 cm / Height: 100 cm
    EUR 50,00
    In stock
    Ole Ahlberg poster made for Grand Opening in Skagen, juli 2022.
  • 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
    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.
  • After Dinner - 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Behind the Mirror - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 76 cm
    EUR 1.075,00
    In stock
    Litography from CLOT, BRAMSEN & GEORGES, today the oldest printing workshop in Paris, was founded by Auguste Clot back in late 18th century, where he was known as the capitals finest art printer.
    Not only due to his skills, but not at least, the new way he mixed the various colors in the printing process attracted the young “Nabis” who in Auguste Clot found a true and highly professional inspirator. As the predecessors, the Impressionists, Vollard also ordered prints by the young “Nabis” to be a part of his famous graphic albums.

    From 1896 the most beautiful works were printed at Clots presses, signed by Degas, Cézanne, Renoir, Sisley, Redon, Bonnard, Vuillard, Signac, Munch, Rodin and many others.

    In 1934 André Clot, the son of the founder Auguste Clot succeeded his father as daily leader. In this period, Rouault, Matisse, Denis, Roussel, Guillaumin, Foujita and others had their time in the workshop

    In 1963 the Danish lithograph Peter Bramsen enters the workshop as associates.

    In 1965 together with the founder’s grandson Dr. Guy Georges they found EDITIONS ATELIER CLOT - publishing prints.

    In 1968 the workshop moves to larger premises situated in Rue Vielle du Temple in the center of the Marais district. Again the old printing workshop succeeded to attract artists creating masterpieces on the old stone press. Just to mention Asger Jorn, Pierre Alechinsky, Antonio Saura, Bram Van Velde, Maurice Wyckaert, Pol Bury, Roland Topor, Tabuschi , Jan Voss, Antonio Segui, and many other well know international artists.

    In 1988 Christian Bramsen enters the company as associate, and a guarantee for the high professional standard will maintain as it was founded for over 100 years ago. Christian Bramsen is international oriented, and among others, he arranges retrospective exhibitions all over the world, mostly focusing on a specific artist and his works created at the workshop.

    From 2004 Morten Brunholt takes over the established sales representation in Scandinavia, and as from 2013 now also a part of the Scandinavian publishing activities.

    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.
  • Bellevue - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 698,00
    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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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.
  • By the Pool II - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm (paper size) / Height: 76 cm (paper size)
    EUR 1.075,00
    In stock
    Litography from CLOT, BRAMSEN & GEORGES, today the oldest printing workshop in Paris, was founded by Auguste Clot back in late 18th century, where he was known as the capitals finest art printer.
    Not only due to his skills, but not at least, the new way he mixed the various colors in the printing process attracted the young “Nabis” who in Auguste Clot found a true and highly professional inspirator. As the predecessors, the Impressionists, Vollard also ordered prints by the young “Nabis” to be a part of his famous graphic albums.

    From 1896 the most beautiful works were printed at Clots presses, signed by Degas, Cézanne, Renoir, Sisley, Redon, Bonnard, Vuillard, Signac, Munch, Rodin and many others.

    In 1934 André Clot, the son of the founder Auguste Clot succeeded his father as daily leader. In this period, Rouault, Matisse, Denis, Roussel, Guillaumin, Foujita and others had their time in the workshop

    In 1963 the Danish lithograph Peter Bramsen enters the workshop as associates.

    In 1965 together with the founder’s grandson Dr. Guy Georges they found EDITIONS ATELIER CLOT - publishing prints.

    In 1968 the workshop moves to larger premises situated in Rue Vielle du Temple in the center of the Marais district. Again the old printing workshop succeeded to attract artists creating masterpieces on the old stone press. Just to mention Asger Jorn, Pierre Alechinsky, Antonio Saura, Bram Van Velde, Maurice Wyckaert, Pol Bury, Roland Topor, Tabuschi , Jan Voss, Antonio Segui, and many other well know international artists.

    In 1988 Christian Bramsen enters the company as associate, and a guarantee for the high professional standard will maintain as it was founded for over 100 years ago. Christian Bramsen is international oriented, and among others, he arranges retrospective exhibitions all over the world, mostly focusing on a specific artist and his works created at the workshop.

    From 2004 Morten Brunholt takes over the established sales representation in Scandinavia, and as from 2013 now also a part of the Scandinavian publishing activities.

    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.
  • 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.
  • Double 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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

  • In the Air II - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm (paper size) / Height: 76 cm (paper size)
    EUR 1.075,00
    In stock
    Litography from CLOT, BRAMSEN & GEORGES, today the oldest printing workshop in Paris, was founded by Auguste Clot back in late 18th century, where he was known as the capitals finest art printer.
    Not only due to his skills, but not at least, the new way he mixed the various colors in the printing process attracted the young “Nabis” who in Auguste Clot found a true and highly professional inspirator. As the predecessors, the Impressionists, Vollard also ordered prints by the young “Nabis” to be a part of his famous graphic albums.

    From 1896 the most beautiful works were printed at Clots presses, signed by Degas, Cézanne, Renoir, Sisley, Redon, Bonnard, Vuillard, Signac, Munch, Rodin and many others.

    In 1934 André Clot, the son of the founder Auguste Clot succeeded his father as daily leader. In this period, Rouault, Matisse, Denis, Roussel, Guillaumin, Foujita and others had their time in the workshop

    In 1963 the Danish lithograph Peter Bramsen enters the workshop as associates.

    In 1965 together with the founder’s grandson Dr. Guy Georges they found EDITIONS ATELIER CLOT - publishing prints.

    In 1968 the workshop moves to larger premises situated in Rue Vielle du Temple in the center of the Marais district. Again the old printing workshop succeeded to attract artists creating masterpieces on the old stone press. Just to mention Asger Jorn, Pierre Alechinsky, Antonio Saura, Bram Van Velde, Maurice Wyckaert, Pol Bury, Roland Topor, Tabuschi , Jan Voss, Antonio Segui, and many other well know international artists.

    In 1988 Christian Bramsen enters the company as associate, and a guarantee for the high professional standard will maintain as it was founded for over 100 years ago. Christian Bramsen is international oriented, and among others, he arranges retrospective exhibitions all over the world, mostly focusing on a specific artist and his works created at the workshop.

    From 2004 Morten Brunholt takes over the established sales representation in Scandinavia, and as from 2013 now also a part of the Scandinavian publishing activities.

    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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Meeting Point - 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Ole Ahlberg – Flyvefærdig – 2. edition (2020)
    Width: / Height:
    EUR 61,00
    In stock
    Ole Ahlberg – Flyvefærdig – 2. edition (2020).
  • Ole Ahlberg - Trangen til at flyve - Rigt illustreret bog (dansk/engelsk)
    Width: / Height:
    EUR 47,00
    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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Accused - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 61 cm / Height: 44 cm
    EUR 240,00
    In stock

    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. Here is one of the original surrealistic litographs.

  • Royal Danish 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.
  • 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.


  • 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.
  • Sightseeing IV - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 56 cm / Height: 66 cm
    EUR 885,00
    In stock
    Litography from CLOT, BRAMSEN & GEORGES, today the oldest printing workshop in Paris, was founded by Auguste Clot back in late 18th century, where he was known as the capitals finest art printer.
    Not only due to his skills, but not at least, the new way he mixed the various colors in the printing process attracted the young “Nabis” who in Auguste Clot found a true and highly professional inspirator. As the predecessors, the Impressionists, Vollard also ordered prints by the young “Nabis” to be a part of his famous graphic albums.

    From 1896 the most beautiful works were printed at Clots presses, signed by Degas, Cézanne, Renoir, Sisley, Redon, Bonnard, Vuillard, Signac, Munch, Rodin and many others.

    In 1934 André Clot, the son of the founder Auguste Clot succeeded his father as daily leader. In this period, Rouault, Matisse, Denis, Roussel, Guillaumin, Foujita and others had their time in the workshop

    In 1963 the Danish lithograph Peter Bramsen enters the workshop as associates.

    In 1965 together with the founder’s grandson Dr. Guy Georges they found EDITIONS ATELIER CLOT - publishing prints.

    In 1968 the workshop moves to larger premises situated in Rue Vielle du Temple in the center of the Marais district. Again the old printing workshop succeeded to attract artists creating masterpieces on the old stone press. Just to mention Asger Jorn, Pierre Alechinsky, Antonio Saura, Bram Van Velde, Maurice Wyckaert, Pol Bury, Roland Topor, Tabuschi , Jan Voss, Antonio Segui, and many other well know international artists.

    In 1988 Christian Bramsen enters the company as associate, and a guarantee for the high professional standard will maintain as it was founded for over 100 years ago. Christian Bramsen is international oriented, and among others, he arranges retrospective exhibitions all over the world, mostly focusing on a specific artist and his works created at the workshop.

    From 2004 Morten Brunholt takes over the established sales representation in Scandinavia, and as from 2013 now also a part of the Scandinavian publishing activities.

    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.
  • 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
    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.
  • Accused - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 22,5 cm / Height: 29,5 cm
    EUR 134,00
    In stock


    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. This is one of the original surrealistic litographs.
  • Accused - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 22,5 cm / Height: 29,5 cm
    EUR 134,00
    In stock

    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. This is one of the original litographs.
  • Accused - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 50 cm / Height: 61 cm
    EUR 134,00
    In stock

    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. This is one of the original surrealistic litographs.
  • Accused - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 46 cm / Height: 57 cm
    EUR 227,00
    In stock
    This is 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. This is one of the original surrealistic litographs.
  • 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.
  • Accused - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 56 cm / Height: 67 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    The Fall by Ole Ahlberg.

    Lithograph printed in 29 colors, edition of 120. The lithograph is signed and numbered by the artist, printed by Atelier Clot, Paris, 2021 - A lithographic workshop that has existed since 1896. Today the workshop is run by Christian Bramsen and Morten Brunholt.

    Sheet size: 67x56 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.

    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 Fight - 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.
  • The Getaway - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm (paper size) / Height: 76 cm (paper size)
    EUR 1.075,00
    In stock
    Litography from CLOT, BRAMSEN & GEORGES, today the oldest printing workshop in Paris, was founded by Auguste Clot back in late 18th century, where he was known as the capitals finest art printer.
    Not only due to his skills, but not at least, the new way he mixed the various colors in the printing process attracted the young “Nabis” who in Auguste Clot found a true and highly professional inspirator. As the predecessors, the Impressionists, Vollard also ordered prints by the young “Nabis” to be a part of his famous graphic albums.

    From 1896 the most beautiful works were printed at Clots presses, signed by Degas, Cézanne, Renoir, Sisley, Redon, Bonnard, Vuillard, Signac, Munch, Rodin and many others.

    In 1934 André Clot, the son of the founder Auguste Clot succeeded his father as daily leader. In this period, Rouault, Matisse, Denis, Roussel, Guillaumin, Foujita and others had their time in the workshop

    In 1963 the Danish lithograph Peter Bramsen enters the workshop as associates.

    In 1965 together with the founder’s grandson Dr. Guy Georges they found EDITIONS ATELIER CLOT - publishing prints.

    In 1968 the workshop moves to larger premises situated in Rue Vielle du Temple in the center of the Marais district. Again the old printing workshop succeeded to attract artists creating masterpieces on the old stone press. Just to mention Asger Jorn, Pierre Alechinsky, Antonio Saura, Bram Van Velde, Maurice Wyckaert, Pol Bury, Roland Topor, Tabuschi , Jan Voss, Antonio Segui, and many other well know international artists.

    In 1988 Christian Bramsen enters the company as associate, and a guarantee for the high professional standard will maintain as it was founded for over 100 years ago. Christian Bramsen is international oriented, and among others, he arranges retrospective exhibitions all over the world, mostly focusing on a specific artist and his works created at the workshop.

    From 2004 Morten Brunholt takes over the established sales representation in Scandinavia, and as from 2013 now also a part of the Scandinavian publishing activities.

    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.
  • The Horse - 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 Lake - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 56 cm / Height: 66 cm
    EUR 885,00
    In stock
    Litography in 23 colors from CLOT, BRAMSEN & GEORGES, today the oldest printing workshop in Paris, founded by Auguste Clot back in late 18th century, where he was known as the capitals finest art printer.
    Not only due to his skills, but not at least, the new way he mixed the various colors in the printing process attracted the young “Nabis” who in Auguste Clot found a true and highly professional inspirator. As the predecessors, the Impressionists, Vollard also ordered prints by the young “Nabis” to be a part of his famous graphic albums.

    From 1896 the most beautiful works were printed at Clots presses, signed by Degas, Cézanne, Renoir, Sisley, Redon, Bonnard, Vuillard, Signac, Munch, Rodin and many others.

    In 1934 André Clot, the son of the founder Auguste Clot succeeded his father as daily leader. In this period, Rouault, Matisse, Denis, Roussel, Guillaumin, Foujita and others had their time in the workshop

    In 1963 the Danish lithograph Peter Bramsen enters the workshop as associates.

    In 1965 together with the founder’s grandson Dr. Guy Georges they found EDITIONS ATELIER CLOT - publishing prints.

    In 1968 the workshop moves to larger premises situated in Rue Vielle du Temple in the center of the Marais district. Again the old printing workshop succeeded to attract artists creating masterpieces on the old stone press. Just to mention Asger Jorn, Pierre Alechinsky, Antonio Saura, Bram Van Velde, Maurice Wyckaert, Pol Bury, Roland Topor, Tabuschi , Jan Voss, Antonio Segui, and many other well know international artists.

    In 1988 Christian Bramsen enters the company as associate, and a guarantee for the high professional standard will maintain as it was founded for over 100 years ago. Christian Bramsen is international oriented, and among others, he arranges retrospective exhibitions all over the world, mostly focusing on a specific artist and his works created at the workshop.

    From 2004 Morten Brunholt takes over the established sales representation in Scandinavia, and as from 2013 now also a part of the Scandinavian publishing activities.

    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.
  • The Mirror 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.
  • Untitled (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.

    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 Red Room - 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 Rescue - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 775,00
    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.
  • The Secret - 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.
  • The Swim - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm / Height: 71 cm
    EUR 880,00
    In stock
    The Swim - Ole Ahlberg
  • The Window - 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 Winner - 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.
  • Through the Door - 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.
  • Traveling - 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.
  • Twilight - 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.
  • Vertigo - 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.
  • View Point - 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.
  • Violent Intensions - 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.
  • Waking Up - 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.
  • Walk in the Park - 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.
  • Wetland - Ole Ahlberg
    Width: 60 cm (paper size) / Height: 76 cm (paper size)
    EUR 1.075,00
    In stock
    Litography from CLOT, BRAMSEN & GEORGES, today the oldest printing workshop in Paris, was founded by Auguste Clot back in late 18th century, where he was known as the capitals finest art printer.
    Not only due to his skills, but not at least, the new way he mixed the various colors in the printing process attracted the young “Nabis” who in Auguste Clot found a true and highly professional inspirator. As the predecessors, the Impressionists, Vollard also ordered prints by the young “Nabis” to be a part of his famous graphic albums.

    From 1896 the most beautiful works were printed at Clots presses, signed by Degas, Cézanne, Renoir, Sisley, Redon, Bonnard, Vuillard, Signac, Munch, Rodin and many others.

    In 1934 André Clot, the son of the founder Auguste Clot succeeded his father as daily leader. In this period, Rouault, Matisse, Denis, Roussel, Guillaumin, Foujita and others had their time in the workshop

    In 1963 the Danish lithograph Peter Bramsen enters the workshop as associates.

    In 1965 together with the founder’s grandson Dr. Guy Georges they found EDITIONS ATELIER CLOT - publishing prints.

    In 1968 the workshop moves to larger premises situated in Rue Vielle du Temple in the center of the Marais district. Again the old printing workshop succeeded to attract artists creating masterpieces on the old stone press. Just to mention Asger Jorn, Pierre Alechinsky, Antonio Saura, Bram Van Velde, Maurice Wyckaert, Pol Bury, Roland Topor, Tabuschi , Jan Voss, Antonio Segui, and many other well know international artists.

    In 1988 Christian Bramsen enters the company as associate, and a guarantee for the high professional standard will maintain as it was founded for over 100 years ago. Christian Bramsen is international oriented, and among others, he arranges retrospective exhibitions all over the world, mostly focusing on a specific artist and his works created at the workshop.

    From 2004 Morten Brunholt takes over the established sales representation in Scandinavia, and as from 2013 now also a part of the Scandinavian publishing activities.

    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.
  • When the Boat Comes In - 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.
  • White Room - 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.
  • Wildlife - 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.
  • Zona Verte - 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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Artwolfsen is, via Galerie Wolfsen, the main gallery for Ole Ahlberg, which is why we have the largest selection of his oil paintings, sculptures and giclée prints. Ole Ahlberg (born in 1949) has a unique profile in Danish contemporary art. In his technically well-executed clair obscur oil paintings the Tintin character has become known and loved for his surprising erotic experiences on the canvas of Ahlberg’s works. During the last few decades Ole Ahlberg has become internationally recognised for these paintings, which are characterised by their level of detail and artistic perfection as well as containing a strong contrast between the youth and innocence of the cartoon journalist and the scantily dressed women he is being portrayed with.

The cartoon character Tintin is the embodiment of goodness and purity, but in Ole Ahlberg’s art a different and less traditional side of the beloved character is revealed: a voyeur who either observes or, almost involuntarily, gets involved in various erotic situations. The contrast between the cartoon universe and the intriguing eroticism and nakedness entices the viewer and causes us to ask questions. Why does innocence find itself in these erotic situations? Did he get into them unintentionally? Did he deliberately pursue them? And what are we supposed to think about what we see? This is how Ole Ahlberg provokes us with his images while showcasing his equilibristic talent as an oil painter, who would be able to paint anything but chooses to paint Tintin. He uses difficult techniques necessary for his ultra-precise and realistic imagery and especially his paintings containing naked human bodies are almost like photographs. The lighting is of great importance when creating light and dark scenes. The Tintin paintings are often very dark and sinister, perhaps because the drama occurs in dimmed bedrooms, but also because Ole Ahlberg’s style is inspired by the great baroque masters of clair obscur. Ole Ahlberg’s artistic inspirations is firmly rooted in the Danish and international surrealism, but he adds his own twists and turns.

Not many artists display the patience and talent of Ole Ahlberg; he is in full control when he paints narrowly and precisely to the smallest detail. Nevertheless, Tintin appears perfectly cartoonish and genuinely awkward in the adult universe. Ahlberg is able to melt together two completely different worlds without making it contrived. It is as if Tintin has jumped straight from the pages of the comic books and into the paintings where he is faced with a lewd and unfamiliar world. Thus, the universe created by the artist is one that’s dominated by contrast: The purity and innocence of the untouchable Tintin, every mother-in-law’s dream, inserted into a sexual context where he suddenly becomes a man of flesh and blood who is allowed to follow his instincts surrounded by childhood symbols, such as toys or elements from the comic books (for example, the very phallic rocket). It is possible to see Ole Ahlberg’s paintings as a portrayal of puberty or temptation: The asexual young man being offered the opportunity to pick the forbidden fruit. This extraordinarily virtuous cartoon character is confronted with very real, carnal women dressed in lingerie. With great astonishment, perhaps even outright shock, Tintin gazes at this abundance with an expression, often taken from stories in real comic books, which reveals that he is a complete stranger to eroticism.