Stand:   354

Old master paintings and Scandinavian art

Birger Jarslgatan 14
114 34 Stockholm
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Gallery Information

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Åmells is the leading Scandinavian fine art dealer. We specialize in Old Masters as well as supreme quality Scandinavian painting and sculpture with the main focus on 19th and 20th century art. Our Stockholm gallery offers curated exhibitions as well as exclusive private viewings.
We are represented abroad and participate regularly at international art fairs. Over the years Åmells have sold paintings to several noted museums such as Nationalmuseum Stockholm, J Paul Getty Museum and Musée de Louvre.

Artists Exhibited at the fair:

  • Ludolph Backhuysen

    Ludolph Backhuysen

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
    Kunsthandel Rob Kattenburg BV
  • Raffaellino Del Garbo

    Raffaellino Del Garbo

  • Jan Fyt

    Jan Fyt

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Galerie Canesso
  • Akseli Gallen-Kallela

    Akseli Gallen-Kallela

    Artist's Objects:
  • Vilhelm Hammershöi

    Vilhelm Hammershöi

  • Carl Larsson

    Carl Larsson

    Artist's Objects:
  • Bruno Liljefors

    Bruno Liljefors

    Artist's Objects:
  • Jean-Baptiste Pillement

    Jean-Baptiste Pillement

    Biography : Jean-Baptiste Pillement was a painter and designer, known for his exquisite and delicate landscapes, but whose importance lies primarily in the engravings done after his drawings and their influence in spreading the Rococo style, and particularly the taste for chinoiserie, throughout Europe. Pillement, born in Lyon, had an unusually cosmopolitan career. He moved from Paris, working for the Gobelin factory. After a brief spell at the Gobelins, in 1745 he left for Madrid. He stayed there for three years, and his work was much appreciated both in Spain and in Portugal, which he visited often. He supervised sets of Rococo singeries and chinoiseries painted for Quinta de Alegria, the house at Seteais, near Sintra, of the Dutch consul in Lisbon, Jan Gildemeester, and soon after he was offered the title of Painter to the King. He declined this honour and instead travelled to London. Pillement spend eight years in England, fully exploiting the English taste for landscapes. There the paintings by Nicolaes Berchem inspired him. During his years in England, Pillement had enjoyed excellent relations with his English patrons, engravers and publishers. His drawings were frequently engraved in London for Rococo pattern books, and in 1767 an influential collection of prints of his decorative, genre and landscape subjects was published as One Hundred and Thirty Figures and Ornaments and Some Flowers in the Chinese Style. This and other pattern books were widely used by textile designers. Pillement came acquainted with David Garrick, a famous actor, and his Austrian wife Eva Maria Weigel, collectors of his work in England. Pillement went to Vienna and in 1765 he went to Warsaw, decorating the Royal Castle in Warsaw and the Ujazdowski Castle, his largest project, commissioned by Stanisław August Poniatowski. He also worked in Saint Petersburg, the Piedmont, Milan, Rome, and Venice. Pillement travelled to Paris to work for Marie Antoinette in the Petit Trianon. Du Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Adam Williams Fine Art Ltd


  • Alexander Roslin

    Alexander Roslin

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Adam Williams Fine Art Ltd
  • Helene Schjerfbeck

    Helene Schjerfbeck

    Artist's Objects:
  • Dirck van Baburen

    Dirck van Baburen

  • Crispin van den Broeck

    Crispin van den Broeck

  • Philips Wouwerman

    Philips Wouwerman

  • Anders Zorn

    Anders Zorn