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Insecurity
Painting, 60x70x0.1 cm (w/h/d)
Closes from
3 Dec 2021 15:40

Starting bid € 10,-
Insecurity
Painting, 115x120x0.1 cm (w/h/d)
Closes from
3 Dec 2021 15:40

Starting bid € 10,-
Peaceful dawn after an adventure
Painting, 45x30 cm (w/h)
Closes from
3 Dec 2021 18:00

Starting bid € 260,-
Going far away
Painting, 45x30 cm (w/h)
Closes from
3 Dec 2021 18:00

Starting bid € 260,-
Amsterdam double reflected
Photography, 210x70x1 cm (w/h/d)
Closes from
3 Dec 2021 22:17

Starting bid € 700,-
Quiescent
Photography, 32x27 cm (w/h)
Closes from
4 Dec 2021 21:43

Starting bid € 160,-
Red#fade out#1
Painting, 50x60x1 cm (w/h/d)
Closes from
5 Dec 2021 18:34

Starting bid € 230,-
Red#fade out#2
Painting, 63x87x1 cm (w/h/d)
Closes from
5 Dec 2021 18:46

Starting bid € 280,-
System in Circles
Painting, 60x50x2 cm (w/h/d)
Closes from
6 Dec 2021 09:18

Starting bid € 100,-
My vagabond
Work on paper, 50x70x0.5 cm (w/h/d)
Closes from
6 Dec 2021 19:00

Starting bid € 170,-
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Painting

Little Tiger
Painting, 40x60x5 cm (w/h/d)
Kees Oosting
€1.150,-
Maelstrom
Painting, 80x100x2 cm (w/h/d)
Lady diving from red
Painting, 50x70 cm (w/h)
Patricia Blok
€1.250,-
Old Man, Seated
Painting, 30x30x3 cm (w/h/d)
Levenskunstenaar
Painting, 120x150 cm (w/h)
Kathalijne Hes
€1.900,-
Hello Mimi!
Painting, 160x190 cm (w/h)
Mimi Revencu
€10.000,-
Ignis
Painting, 80x60x2.5 cm (w/h/d)
Tenderness
Painting, 80x80x2 cm (w/h/d)
blue dressed lady
Painting, 80x80 cm (w/h)
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Photography

Tree for two
Photography, 120x90 cm (w/h)
Manu M Abbas
€675,-
EL TEATRO DEL COVID 2020 (THE COVID THEATER)
Photography, 100x100x1 cm (w/h/d)
No title
Photography, 40x60 cm (w/h)
Omarming
Photography, 60x90x0.3 cm (w/h/d)
Peter de Bie
€389,-
The bridge
Photography, 70x50 cm (w/h)
Oscar de Wit
€325,-
No title
Photography, 60x40 cm (w/h)
In honor of my mistress
Photography, 70x70x2 cm (w/h/d)
Jacht der Jachten
Photography, 125x64 cm (w/h)
Maartje Roos
€800,-
The Gate, single edition 1/1
Photography, 120x80x0.1 cm (w/h/d)
Frank Peters
€2.770,-
No title
Photography, 60x40 cm (w/h)
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Design

Armchair model 114
Design, 62x71x52 cm (w/h/d)
Nanna Ditzel
Zitzo
For sale
large and rare Ceramic bowls
Design, 28.5x19.5x28.5 cm (w/h/d)
Nils Johan Thorvald Thorsson
Zitzo
For sale
The entrance to
Design, 5x7.6 cm (w/h)
Sale
SPIN
Design, 70x50x70 cm (w/h/d)
Buro Bruno
€600,-€1.200,-
Mid century dining chairs
Design, 49x78x53 cm (w/h/d)
Danish Design
Zitzo
For sale
Kontrast pendant
Design, 45x40x45 cm (w/h/d)
Poul Henningsen
Zitzo
For sale
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Jewelry

black orange onyx necklace
Jewelry, 47x2.5 cm (w/h)
black mesh statement necklace
Jewelry, 55x3 cm (w/h)
red coral hoop earrings
Jewelry, 2x4 cm (w/h)
coral pendant necklace
Jewelry, 46x2.5 cm (w/h)
green emerald necklace
Jewelry, 50x0.4 cm (w/h)
Jasper beaded brown necklace
Jewelry, 45x1.5 cm (w/h)
red garnet necklace
Jewelry, 44.5x1 cm (w/h)
smoky quartz necklace
Jewelry, 48x1 cm (w/h)
silver black diamond necklace
Jewelry, 48x1 cm (w/h)
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Choosing a courier to ship an art work

18 November - 2021
by Vincent Moleveld

When you sell an art work through Online Gallery, you (the artist/seller) are required to ship the work and pay for the initial outbound shipping costs. The client will be charged the amount mentioned in your shipping profile. This amount will be passed on to you (artist/seller) when the client has...

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Interview Johan van der Veer - Touching on fauvism and expressionism

20 October - 2021
by Alice Broeksma

Previously, the Dutch artist Johan van der Veer painted ‘landscapes, lots of trees, fantasy cities, abstracts’ and occasionally people. Now, he mostly paints people, but without faces. By not giving away facial details the identity is open to interpretation. His work touches on expressionism...

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Interview Ricardo Reis - Polaroid Photo art without faces

28 September - 2021
by Alice Broeksma

Ricardo Reis (33) hoped for a career as a war photographer but in his home country, Portugal, this was not so straight forward. An internship at a daily newspaper opened other doors. His photos were soon published in major newspapers and magazines. Fashion photography followed, also music...

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A Complete Guide To Certificates Of Authenticity

16 November - 2021

The art of collecting can be a rewarding hobby. What starts with one or two items can quickly cover entire rooms. Whether you’re a huge fan or someone after priceless paraphernalia, the joy found in hunting and acquiring rare items can be indescribable. But what makes a piece of paper greater...

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Interview Thamar van Strij de Regt: Folk Art and Asian influence

30 October - 2021

The Dutch artist https://onlinegallery.art/nl/thamar-van-strij-de-regt/Thamar van Strij de Regt (1981) is painting again. Her pleasure in creating art had been crushed for many years by the ‘build up-break down’ policy used by her fashion academy in Amsterdam to prepare students for hard...

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Viewing art online is an improving experience

27 October - 2021

Viewing art online is a different experience from seeing art in the real world. Ideally, art should appear exactly the same. But there are factors that limit the extent to which this is possible. In the real world, in a studio, gallery or museum, you are able to see artwork from various angles, in...

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Interview Cristina Balan: Vortex, illusion, energy

21 October - 2021

Cristina Balanis a modern artist in the same vein as the avant-garde of the early 20th century. There is a burst of energy that hasn’t been seen very often in art history since 1905-1920, when art went through a complete breakdown of visual norms. Looking at art from a historic...

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Interview Philip Hardisty: Pop art, duck art

20 October - 2021

With a background encompassing art, sculpture, contemporary furniture and design, and businesses in London and New York, TP Hardisty has forged a reputation as an international artist. He reinvents the mundane by transforming everyday objects, using colour and structure. The British artist has...

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Michael Mills: American impressionist, realist, tonalist

19 October - 2021

‘The ocean is in my DNA’ Michael Mills calls himself an American Southern Seascape Artist, ‘impressionist realist tonalist’ his style and oil on canvas his medium. Tonalism emerged in the 1880’s when American artists started painting landscapes with an overall tone of coloured atmosphere...

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