What makes classic art interesting to you?
- As with most art created by humans over the millennia, it's probably about what art can tell about the time it was created. How did people live? What were the relationship with nature and the constantly growing urban environment? What were the conditions like for female artists? Which artistic impulses were spread across different national borders, and how were they absorbed and adapted by artists in other countries? The questions can be expanded indefinitely. A seemingly ordinary landscape motif, for example, can say a great deal about the socio-economic conditions that prevailed at the site at the time. It's just a matter of knowing what to look for. Of course, I am also fascinated by the technical skill with which many artists performed their motifs.
Feel free to look through our web catalogue and do not hesitate to stop by for a viewing. You can also email or call me, and we will find a time that suits you. Welcome!
When is the viewing and auction?
Bukowskis Important Spring Sale
Viewing 27 May – 1 June, Berzelii Park 1, Stockholm, Stockholm.
Open: Mon–Fri 11 AM – 6 PM, Sat–Sun kl 11 AM –5 PM
Auction 2 – 4 June, Arsenalsgatan 2, Stockholm.
Read more about the auction and view the catalogue