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NEW SHOWROOM OPENS THE SPRING AUCTION SEASON IN HAUS GALLERY
This spring auctions will be different!
GET TO KNOW THE FIRST AUCTION WORKS ON THE WALLS OF THE NEW HAUS GALLERY SHOWROOM
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To highlight Haus Gallery's 26th year of auction tradition, the gallery has opened an auction showroom, which pays attention to valuable works of art throughout the year. Today, we have set up an exhibition of the works coming to Haus Gallery's 2023 spring auction to first present a small but meaningful view of Estonian art history.
In the context of auctions, the showroom presents rare and valued works from authors such as Konrad Mägi, whose work that dates back to 1914 - 1916 culminates to a genuine post-impressionistic technique, which captivates the viewer with an extraordinary intensity of color. You can also find here an early painting experiment from 1935 by Kaarel Liimandi, a sensitive impression of early spring created in 1941 by Johannes Võerahansu, a figural composition with a view of a densely painted beach village from 1945 by Richard Sagrits, as well as a sensitive view of a tulip bouquet from 1974 by Peeter Mudist and so much more. If you are interested, you will have to come to Haus Gallery to see these works, as our exhibitions will open in full both on the website and on the gallery walls at the beginning of April.
This is probably a good reason to walk to the old town to immerse yourself in the meaningful silence of art.