All Artwork

La Fin Du Monde Filmée Par L’ange N.-d.

Fernand Leger

Galerie Hochdruck

28 Études De Nus

Man Ray (et al.)

Galerie Hochdruck

Hin Ist Er (he’s Gone)

Wolfgang Mattheuer

Galerie Hochdruck

Prisoners On A Projecting Platform (carceri X)

Giovanni Battista Piranesi

Galerie Hochdruck

Je Suis Toujours La Grande Isis!

Odilon Redon

Galerie Hochdruck

Il Guanto Rosso (l’énigme De La Fatalité)

Giorgio De Chirico

Galerie Hochdruck

Pop-plakate Kunsthalle Netzel (finger Pointing)

Roy Lichtenstein (after)

Galerie Hochdruck

Street Scene

Frank Brangwyn

Galerie Hochdruck

Spreebrücke Berlin

Moriz Melzer

Galerie Hochdruck


Conrad Felixmüller

Galerie Hochdruck

Ecce Homo

George Grosz

Galerie Hochdruck

Bust Of Emperor Karl V As A Young Man

Hieronymus Hopfer

Galerie Hochdruck

About Galerie Hochdruck

Vienna's only art gallery specialising in old master, modern and contemporary prints from the 15th century to the present day. The German word "Hochdruck" means both "relief print" and also "high pressure". The word also describes the way in which someone does something with a lot of enthusiasm. Thus, Galerie Hochdruck would like to present its complete inventory both to aficionados of printmaking and to collectors who are interested in acquiring prints and collectibles related to printmaking. Galerie Hochdruck features European and International original prints, including Japanese prints. We also offer a great number artists' portfolios, artists' and illustrated books, catalogues, booklets, art journals with original prints, artists' posters and secondary literature about printmaking. The gallery has a special focus on the relief printing techniques woodcut, wood engraving, linocut and relief etching but also boasts rarely seen examples of relief printing like metalcut, papercut and wallcut as well as a representative stock of master engravings, etchings, lithographs and screenprints. Modern art movements represented are Vienna Secession, Art Nouveau, Japonism, Expressionism, Surrealism and Abstract Art. Fine prints of both young and renowned contemporary artists are regularly shown in special exhibitions.