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Michael Rogatchi's Silver Cord work on Ecclesiastes acquired by notable European collection

Posted 28/8/2020

Silver Cord , an artistic interpretation of Ecclesiastes finds a new great home

Michael Rogatchi's artistic interpretation of the one of the most essential King Solomon's  Quests , his work Silver Cord ( Indian ink on white cotton paper, 1991) is acquired by very notable European private collection, by the great family with the one of the most illustrious and long noble history. The work is a rare addressing Ecclesiastes by Michael. There are only three of his works exists from that mini-series. The work is very expressive and with an exceptional clarity and modernity at the same time. As it was noted by the new owner of the work, 'it does speak on the eternal issues in a strong modern voice'. 

Silver Cord. Refections on Ecclesiastes. Ecclesiastes 12:6-7. Indian Ink on white cotton paper. 60x 50 cm. 1991. Private collection, Austria. Silver Cord. Refections on Ecclesiastes. Ecclesiastes 12:6-7. Indian Ink on white cotton paper. 60x 50 cm. 1991. Private collection, Austria.