Emanuel von Baeyer – Cabinet

London

The London-based dealer Emanuel von Baeyer, who founded his gallery in 1998, is considered one of the leading representatives of Old Master dealers. He will mark its first participation in the Paris Print Fair through its online platform Emanuel von Baeyer – Cabinet, an extension of the gallery’s activities launched in 2010. While its stock include prints, drawings and paintings by artists from the 15th to the 20th century, a selection of works by contemporary artists will be its point of focus for the salon.

Emanuel von Baeyer regularly participates in the London Original Print Fair, Frieze Masters London, IFPDA Print Fair New York, and TEFAF, Maastricht. He is also a member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA), and a member of the International League of Antiquarian Booksellers (ILAB). As well, he has been on the executive committee of the Society of London Art Dealers (SLAD) for many years.

Matthias Griebler, Squirrel, 2017. Etching and engraving, 29 x 29 cm [20 x 20 cm]. The complete set of 50 etchings and seven engraved title plates printed by the artist on Zerkall paper. Edition of 20. In a linen-covered box by Gudrit Sixl, lined with prints by the artist. Stockerau/Haseldorfberg 2017. Published by Emanuel von Baeyer – London.


Artists presented at the Paris Print Fair

Peter BÖMMELS
Günter BRUS
Clemens BÜNTIG
Mathilde BUSCH
Yves CHAUDOUËT
Andreana DOBREVA
Günther FÖRG
Matthias GRIEBLER
Michael GROWE
Kate McCRICKARD
Hermann NITSCH
Nicolas POIGNON
Arnulf RAINER
Judith ROTHCHILD
Ryck RUDD
Dasha SHISHKIN
Till VERCLAS

Information

130-132 Hamilton Terrace
London NW8 9UU
United Kingdom
+44 20 7372 1668
cabinet@evbaeyer.com

Michael Growe and Andres Bally, Holz Portfolio, 2021. Portfolio with 9 woodcuts and 8 pages of text. Edition of 12 copies. Design and typography by Kühle und Mozer, Cologne. Printed by Druckerei Kettler, Bönen. Woodblocks by Andres Bally. Woodcuts by Michael Growe. Published by Chen Qiang, Shanghai, 2021. Courtesy Emanuel von Baeyer – Cabinet.

 

Nicolas Poignon, Ephemeriden 4, 2019. Linocut on Chine collé, signed and numbered, 29 x 39 cm. Courtesy Emanuel von Baeyer – Cabinet.