Emanuel von Baeyer London

Old Master Paintings, Drawings and Prints. Contemporary Art.
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Emanuel von Baeyer works with a broad range of paintings, drawings and prints all of which are of the highest quality and often rare and distinguished examples. Areas of particular interest are: the School of Fontainebleau, 17th and 18th century Italian prints, the Prague court of Rudolph II and his artistic circle and German 17th century art. Interest in this fuelled work on the ‘Expressive Baroque’ period, a Central-European movement of the first half of the 18th century, here focussing on prints and drawings and paintings.

Recently French 17th and 18th century art have been a central focus, as well as British art from the same period. German 19th century culture is also a fascinating area as it was constantly evolving and embracing movements such as early Romanticism, the Nazarenes, Biedermeier and Naturalism. Well-known names from these areas are represented alongside contemporaneous works from the French Romantics, Impressionists and fin-de-siècle artists.

We also have long-standing passion for modern and contemporary art. Scholarly catalogues are regularly produced on a diverse range of subjects.

New catalogue: Rare prints of Six Centuries. A fine group of European prints of different techniques. Many in early or hitherto unknown states and proof impressions. Including a small essay about Pierre-Jean Mariette as a collector of prints.

Emanuel von Baeyer – Cabinet is a platform for online art exhibitions in addition to Emanuel von Baeyer London regular activities.
Every other month, this section profiles different aspects of our extensive inventory. In contrast to our main website, this concentrates solely on on-line exhibitions of groups of between 12-25 objects, mainly works on paper-drawings, prints, autographs-devoted to a particular subject or by a particular artist.

These exhibitions are purely virtual and do not reproduce actual shows in our rooms. All items have been carefully selected and researched, and, as with our catalogues, can be ordered on approval. If you are signing in our email database, we will send you notifications of our upcoming online exhibitions.

Please search for “EVB Cabinet” or go to www.evbaeyer-cabinet.com

François-Rolland Elluin 1745 - 1810
Etienne Fessard 1714 - 1777
Charles-Nicolas Cochin 1715 – 1790
Hubert-François Bourguignon, called Gravelot 1699 - 1773
Cesare Roberti gen. Robertus de Civitella (Monogrammist CRF) c. 1590
Noël Coypel 1628 - 1707
François Dequevauviller 1745 - c. 1807
Rudi Tröger b. 1929
Pierre François Basan 1723 - 1797
French School ca. 1700
Géraud Vidal 1742 - 1801
Lambert Antoine Claessens 1753 - 1834
Jean Ouvrier 1725 - 1754
Philibert-Louis Debucourt 1755 - 1832
Louis-Leopold Boilly 1761 - 1845
Jacques Firmin Beauvarlet 1731 - 1797
Auguste-Claude-Simon Le Grand (or Legrand) 1765 - 1843
Hyacinthe Le Grand 1755 - ca. 1800
John Martin 1789 - 1854
Eduardo Paolozzi 1924 - 2005
Jakob Frey 1681 – 1772
Bernhard Vogel 1683 – 1737
Jean Baptiste Bernard Coclers 1741 – 1817
Sébastien Bourdon 1616 - 1671
Herman van Swanevelt 1620 - 1690
Paul Troger 1698 - 1762
Willem Basse 1613 - 1672
Michel-Ange Corneille 1601 - 1664
Walter Gramatté 1897 - 1929
Jacques Bouillard 1744 - 1806
Johann Georg Wille 1715 - 1759
Allart van Everdingen 1621 - 1675
Johann Baptist Sonderland 1805 - 1878
Johann Adam Klein 1792 - 1875
Wiebke Loeper b. 1972
Matthias Grieblerb. 1972
Kurt Moldovan 1918 – 1977
Pit Morell b. 1939
Leon Steinmetz b. 1944
Clay Ketter b. 1961
Joan Witek b. 1943
James Howell b. 1935
Jill Baroff b. 1954
Alex Katz b. 1927
Barry le Va b. 1941
Jim Nutt b. 1938
Mel Bochner b. 1940
Richard Artschwager b.1923
Robert Morris b.1931
Robert Ryman b.1930
Terry Winters b. 1949
Pierre Puvis de Chavannes 1824 - 1898
Ary Scheffer 1795 - 1858
Nicolas-Henri Jacob 1782 - 1871
Auguste Renoir 1841 - 1919
Edouard Vuillard 1868 - 1940
Henry Monnier 1805 - 1877
T. P. Wagner Late 19th c.
François le Villain (publisher) First 19th c.
Carle Vernet 1758 - 1836
Ker-Xavier Roussel 1867 - 1944
Odilon Redon 1840 - 1916
Jean-Henri Marlet 1770 - 1847
Jean-Baptiste-Armand Guillaumin 1841 - 1927
Guillaume-Sulpice Chevallier, called Gavarni 1804 – 1866
Honoré Daumier 1808 - 1879
Jean-François Bosio 1764 – 1827
Italian school First 16th c.
Italian School Second 16th c.
Anonymous Italian Artist c. 1720 – 1750.
Christofano di Michele Martini, called Il Robetta 1462 – 1535
Giuseppe Nicola Nasini 1657 – 1756
Niello Before 1550.
Antonio Lafreri, Lafréry 1512 – 1577
Antonio da Trento 1508 – 1550
Anonymous Italian Artist 17th./18th c.
Salvatore Rosa 1615 – 1673
Giuseppe Maria Crespi 1665 – 1747
Pietro Santi Bartoli 1635 – 1700
Giulio Carpioni 1613 – 1678
Simone Cantarini called Il Pesarese 1612 – 1648
Luca Cambiaso 1527 – 1585
Annibale Carracci 1560 – 1609
Italian school Early 17th c.
Antonio Triva 1626 – c. 1669
Diana Scultori 1530 – 1588
Francesco Valeggio 1560 – 1624
Tiziano Vecellio 1477 – 1578
Venetian school Late 16th c.
Horst Janssen 1929 - 1995
Thomas Höpker b.1936
Eugène Delâtre 1864 – 1938
Alexandre Théophile Steinlen 1859 – 1923
Francois Clément Sommier, called Henry Somm 1844 – 1907
Auguste Brouet 1872 – 1942
Emilio Vedova 1919 - 2006
Giulio Turcato 1912 - 1995
Aldo Mondino 1938 – 2005
Domenico "Mimmo" Rotella 1918 – 2006
Mario Schifano 1934 - 1998
Tano Festa 1938 - 1988
Michelangelo Pistoletto b. 1933
Mimmo Paladino b. 1948
Giulio Paolini b. 1940
Enzo Cucci b. 1949
Marco Cingolani b. 1961
Stefano Arienti b. 1961
Alighiero Boetti 1940 - 1994
Massimo Kauffman b. 1963
Mario Dellavedova b. 1958
Fred Sandback 1943 – 2003
Barbara Camilla Tucholski b. 1947
Yves Chaudouët b. 1959
Peter Bömmels b. 1951