Displate is a one-of-a-kind metal poster designed to capture your unique passions. We’ve created a 21st century canvas that’s sturdy, magnet mounted, and durable enough to withstand a lifetime of intense staring.
In september 2022 we broaden our media form and function. We are happy to announce a new collection especially made for Displate. We hope you can enjoy them. These timeless designs are entitled "Il Uomo Universale", the Universal Man in Italian, developed after the designs of the Vetruvian Man by Da Vinci.
Fascinated by this work and the underlying problem we present you a engulfing collection of mathematical abstract shapes and motives with the Vetruvian Man as centerpiece and inspiration.
Please have a look here. The smallest Displate is just €39. And if you want it safely delivered to your doorstep the price stays well below €50 for these timeless masterpieces.
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Thank you for your interest.
We are one month away from the Open Ateliers 2022, an event in which over 40 artists open their doors to the public. You are welcome two weekends in the Atelier: September 24th and 25th and October 1st and 2nd, both from 11h until 18 o’ clock.
We are delighted to present to you the Rafaël, our in house artist.
He shows us a magnificent world of the abstract in strokes of oil and charcoal.
We hope to welcome you then.
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Vienna Bronze Satyr with child by Bergmann
Art Bronze Sculptures / private collection Atelier
(on display during the Open Ateliers last weekend of September '22)
Brand: Franz Bergmann
What a beautiful bronze figure, a wonderful piece of Art Deco Vienna Bronze displaying a Satyr with a baby, sitting on his shoulders eating grapes. This sculpture is affixed onto a fragment of a well-shaped marble base and can be used as a great showpiece for admirers of Art Deco and Vienna Bronzes.
The Art Deco Vienna bronze sculptures from the foundry “Bergmann” are famous art objects from Vienna, Austria. The foundry was established in 1884 by Franz Bergmann, where he discovered an affection for bronze artwork when he visited the Paris World Exhibition in 1884. His son, Franz Xaver Bergmann, become part of the foundry and continued his fathers work after he passed away.
Xaver Bergmann was an exceptional chaser, unfortunatly in 1930 during the great depression, the foundry was closed down.
After 14 long years Xaver Bergmann's son Robert and his wife reopened the foundry in 1954, sadly Robert passed away and his widow was the only holder of the foundry. She soon chose to sell it to „Fuhrmann & Co“, the company which is still continuing the tradition of Franz Bergmann under the new name "Bergmann- Vienna Bronze".
Dancer with hoop
(private collection Atelier)
What a magnificent Art Deco Bronze Dancer, mounted on a marble base! It is very enjoyable to observe the artistic talent of this young Hula- Ring Dancer! The ring between her hands and her left foot shows the outstanding acting ability of the young dancer in addition to that, the dress of the "Dancer with Ring" is impressive and well manufactured. The fantastic bronze art object is standing on a round marble base and was designed by the famous Chiparus in perfect detail and made of finest bronze-cast in museum quality. In comparison with the original, this object is as filigree as possible. The sculpture is an eye-catcher in every exhibition or can be used for collectors purposes.
The artist Chiparus signed the sculpture on the footprint position.
Demetre Haralamb Chiparus was born in Dorohoi, Romania on September 16, 1886. As an extraordinary artist he lived his life in high esteem. The name Haralamb was the name of his father which he adopted to keep him in loving memory.
It was 1909 when D. H. Chiparus decided to travel and study in Florence. In 1912 he moved to Paris where he studied under Boucher and Mercier. Since 1914 he exhibited his artwork at the Salon in Paris. His beautiful artwork was influenced by the French theatre, his interest in Egyptian culture and Russian Dancers and the Russian ballet. Almost all his sculptures are images of this different influences and interests of D. H. Chiparus who died on January 22, 1947.
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