"Now let me dispel a few rumours so they don’t fester into facts. Yes, I too attended at ‘Hell-ton’ and survived. And no, at that time I was not the mental giant you see before you. I was the intellectual equivalent of a 98 pound weakling. I would go to the beach and people would kick copies of Byron in my face."
Dorsey Potter Tyson（American, 1891-1969）
Jade Market 1931 Hand Colored Etching
Snow 1929 Hand Colored Etching
Dragon Boat Festival 1929 Hand Colored Etching
Dancer and Musicians Hand Colored Etching
The Concert; Tea Time Hand-colored on Japan paper
The Head Dress 1928 Original etching and drypoint, printed in colours
Ox Cart 1932 drypoint in colors
Secrets 1932 drypoint in colors
The Favorite 1932 hand-colored on Japan paper
Rike Schröder (from Germany) is an 26-year-old artist from Cologne. She combines traditional painting with digital photography and digital painting, usually in an abstract way. For Rike, art is the best way to express herself and that is why most of her work is inspired and influenced by her own emotions and feelings. She has developed a method of mixing a variety of different styles to give her work an abstract and “grunge” like-style.
Rike Schröder is currently exhibiting in our ART IN MIND exhibition at the Brick Lane Gallery until 25th May. The ART IN MIND exhibition programme is open to all artists from all over the world. To take part in any future exhibitions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Gualterus Arsenius, Astrolabe, 1570. Brass, Flemish work. Medici Collections. Museo Galileo
The beauty of science and art are embodied in what’s known as the astronomical compendium, a multipurpose, all-in-one instrument that carries numerous devices for telling the time and performing astronomical calculations. Many astronomical compendia, such as the ones housed at the Museo Galileo in Florence, Italy, were constructed in German lands in the 16th and 17th centuries.
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