Goebel: A summary on Artis Orbis Collection

“Tradition is not about preserving ashes, but about passing on fire“. This quote has been proved right by the German based porcelain honchos Goebel. The result is new and individual collector’s items in high quality, made by skilful hands trained porcelain painters and modellers.

Since the foundation of the company, special emphasis has always been given to artistic expression, quality and the finest craftsmanship. Goebel tells you how with experience, in close cooperation with renowned artists and designers, objects of porcelain, glass and similar materials become something very special. This is what the founders envisioned, and this is what quickly made Goebel an international success story. Dreams became reality.

Goebel deals with aesthetic things making life more beautiful, the little luxury for one’s soul. Goebel give spleasure – spontaneously but with lasting effect. No matter if it is traditional or trendy, the large assortment satisfies almost everyone’s taste.

The blog today on Goebel is about its famous Artis Orbis Collection. Artis Orbis collection from Goebel presents paintings of world famous artists as editions for collectors for a discerning clientele. Elaborate production and high quality manual work result in products of elegance and style. The exclusive and limited collections of Artis Orbis will let you re-experience great art. Artis Orbis is a versatile range and we will look into some of the artist great work through this collection.

Katsushika Hokusai’s series “Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji” became his most popular work. It includes the famous “Great Wave off Kanagawa”

Jean Baptiste Robie’s first success came in 1843 with a series of still lives with flowers and fruits in the tradition of the great Dutch masters from the 17th century. The cult around the rose is to be found in many of Robie’s works. His extraordinary technique, the detailed and imaginative presentation and the filigree textures soon made him famous in the world of art.

The almond tree porcelain flower vase from Goebel is an exquisite limited edition piece inspired by the famous artist Vincent Van Gogh’s paintings. Today his paintings belongs to the most expensive art gallery of the world.

Two years ago, Goebel successfully launched the two motifs peacock and parakeets by Louis Comfort Tiffany into the Artis Orbis collection. In 2018 a wall picture, a lamp, two vases and two useful items for everyday life enrich the series.

An icon of the Jazz Age, painter Tamara de Lempicka was an Art Deco diva. Her art and her life of great wealth, indiscriminate sexuality and endless intrigues epitomized 1920’s excess and indulgence. Tamara was a great beauty, a Polish aristocratic refugee of the Russian Revolution, she fled to Paris, where she studied art and made herself a name with her cool, sleek sensual painting style; a style that soon came to epitomize the glamorous Art Deco ‘look’.

Last but not the least in the list discover the Art Nouveau artist Gustav Klimt and his works of art through Artis Orbis collection.

Hence a composition of noble elements has made Goebel an extraordinary brand which has found a special place in Spacio.

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