Art has the potential to move people. The passion that an artist invests in his or her work provokes a response in the observer. This passion lies at the heart of everything that we at Art Revisited do.
Artists have always been looking for ways to reproduce their artworks and reach a wider audience that way. Rembrandt, for example, did this through his etchings. We at Art Revisited, as a publisher of art products, have been doing this, since 1982, with the help of a sophisticated and state-of-the-art reproduction technique. In this way, beautiful works of art find their audience through our art products, which range from Giclées to art books, calendars, greeting cards, puzzles and so on.
Art Revisited is working with a select group of Dutch artists, who are among the top both artistically and technically. Among them are well-known names such as Henk Helmantel, Marius van Dokkum, Ton Dubbeldam and Dinie Boogaart. We focus particularly on contemporary realism.
Originally a 19th-century art movement that sought to depict social reality. But nowadays a term for figurative art that depicts reality in a recognizable way. Or simply put: you see what it represents. Something that, by the way, does not lead to uniformity. Because our artists all have their own original vision of reality.