Mattheo M. Maaz

Mattheo M. Maaz

Miniatures and more Small paintings—yet big, and each guaranteed to be unique. Mattheo M. Maaz has revived the culture of miniature painting and brought it to modern times. With his individual acrylic mixing technique, he carries us off at the Gallery Franka Löwe into a small-format dream world. His roots…

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Watercolors and music Heinrich Köhler was a virtuoso of watercolors, which some art connoisseurs dub the highest form of painting. Its art is defined by omission; and the painter has only one try. This means that corrections or retouching, such as is common in oil painting, are not relevant. The…

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The Berlin steel engraver Emil Wolter first worked at his father’s Berlin engraving factory “Albert Wolter & Son”. He exhibited early enough his special talent for drawing—the manual basis for good engravings. His first pencil drawings appeared in 1900. Emil Wolter engraved, among others, the printwheels for the Reichsdruckerei (Imperial…

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The Vintage Fine Art Gallery sells pieces of art retrieved from estates primarily on a commission basis. For that purpose, a corresponding contract will be concluded. The contract will be designed depending on your personal goals and our capabilities. It has to be a match. What we cannot offer are…

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Who is our target audience? This is the question about the target audience. Primarily we want to reach you, the arty people, the secret collectors, the art-lovers. Because in the gallery Franka Löwe, you will find affordable originals in a historic atmosphere with history and stories. That means, you will…

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