Bei der Oper gallery

Vienna

The gallery bei der Oper specializes in Japanese woodcuts and works of Japanese art. It is located opposite the Vienna Opera House (hence the name) and attracts customers from all over the world.

With the opening of the gallery in 2013, a dream came true for Andreas Wurzer, the director, who had already been working as an art dealer for eight years.

On the gallery’s website you will find a wide variety of original Japanese woodblock prints, including classic ukiyo-e from the Edo and Meiji periods, shin-hanga and sosaku-hanga. Also an exclusive selection of European prints and a special section for Netsuke.

Artists presented at the Paris Print Fair

CARL MOSER
EMIL ORLIK
KATSUSHIKA HOKUSAI
UTAGAWA HIROSHIGE
UTAGAWA KUNIYOSHI
TOYOKUNI III
KAWASE HASUI

Information

Bösendorferstraße 1
1010 Vienna
Austria
+43 676 38 77 331
office@woodblock-print.eu

Utagawa Hiroshige II (1826-1869), Sesshū Nunobiki no taki (The Nunobiki Waterfall, Sesshū (Settsu).
Series: Shokoku meisho hyakkei (One Hundred Famous Views in the Various Provinces), original japanese woodblock print, 1859. Courtesy Galerie bei der Oper.

Carl Moser (1873 – 1939), Breton Wedding, woodblock Print, Signed, 1922. Courtesy Galerie bei der Oper.