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De Amsterdamse drukken by Jürgen Partenheimer

Our collection of works by Jürgen Partenheimer has been expanded with ‘De Amsterdamse drukken I’ from 1988. A rare set of six etchings printed on large sheets with aquatint, one...

admin 7 September 2023

Eugène Brands in Noord-Veluws Museum

Until 3 December 2023, the Noord-Veluws Museum is showing works by Eugène Brands (1913-2002). Born in Amsterdam, Brands lived and worked for about twenty-five years, from 1974 to 1999, in...

admin 6 September 2023

Het gevecht by Armando, with three lithographs

An artist’s book with poetry by Armando. Illuminated with three beautiful lithographs that – as a bonus – are printed on loose sheets and are signed, dated and numbered by...

admin 1 September 2023

Summer landscape by Eugène Brands

New in the Olla Art collection is ‘Zomerlandschap III’, a gouache by Eugène Brands from 1971. The gouache is signed and dated on the front. Brands has also – as...

admin 5 August 2023

‘Le pays noir’ by Alechinsky

The Olla Art collection has recently been enriched with a work by Pierre Alechinsky, the lithograph ‘Le pays noir’. This fairly early work, from 1962, was published at the time by...

admin 15 July 2023

Cobra 75: Freedom without borders

On 2 June, the Cobra Museum opened its doors for the exhibition Cobra 75: Freedom without borders. With this exhibition, the museum wants to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the...

admin 9 June 2023

Doornrosie by Marlene Dumas

Just arrived at Olla Art: the lithograph Doornrosie by Marlene Dumas. This lithograph is part of a series of six lithographs, signed 1989 but published in 1990 by the Hamburg...

admin 8 June 2023

Late lithograph by Asger Jorn

A late lithograph by Asger Jorn that rarely, if ever, comes on the market. That’s the latest acquisition of Olla Art. It is a strong and exuberant work, which Jorn...

admin 15 April 2023

Rooskens’ travels

The exhibition Rooskens’ travels: a Cobra artist in search of inspiration can be seen in Stedelijk Museum Schiedam (the Netherlands) until 25 June 2023. Anton Rooskens (1906-1976) travelled to many different...

admin 28 February 2023

The Long Silence of Dumas

New in the Olla Art collection is the lithograph ‘A long silence’ by Marlene Dumas. This lithograph belongs to a series of six, published in 1990 by the Hamburg Griffelkunst-Vereinigung. The...

admin 27 February 2023

Two proofs by Jorn

Olla Art recently acquired two special etchings by Asger Jorn, both artist’s proofs, from 1958. Both etchings were printed in an edition of fifty copies. What is special about these proofs...

admin 27 February 2023

Marino from Shakespeare

The Marino Marini collection of Olla Art has been expanded with an etching with aquatint from the suite Marino from Shakespeare, a highlight in Marino Marini’s graphic oeuvre. It concerns...

admin 3 February 2023

Jeroen Henneman in Museum Kranenburgh

Until April 10, 2023, the exhibition Jeroen Henneman – The Life of Things will run in Museum Kranenburgh in Bergen (the Netherlands). Jeroen Henneman (Haarlem, 1942) understands the art of...

admin 18 January 2023

Jürgen Partenheimer: Vasts Apart

Olla Art has six new linoleum cuts by Jürgen Partenheimer in the collection. The linoleum cuts were published in 1991, under the title ‘Vasts Apart’, at the Griffelkunst-Vereinigung in Hamburg.The...

admin 24 December 2022

Yesterday Today in Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

The Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam unveils the closing piece of the new collection presentation, ‘Yesterday Today’. With the arrival of Rein Wolfs, the artistic director who took office in November 2019,...

admin 23 December 2022

Anni and Josef Albers in Kunstmuseum Den Haag

Until January 15, 2023, a retrospective exhibition of the work of artist couple Anni and Josef Albers can be seen in Kunstmuseum Den Haag. In 1920, Josef Albers (1888-1976) goes to...

admin 20 December 2022