Other Organ Graphic Arts (Selection)

Baroque organ design

Design study in two different color variants for an organ case in Dutch Baroque style.

Hildesheim | Christuskirche

Graphic reconstruction of the former neo-gothic organ facade at Hildesheim Christuskirche. Built in 1904 by Furtwängler & Hammer. Dismantled in 1973.

Neo-romanesque Design

Design study of a neo-romanesque organ case in the style of Cavaillé-Coll.

organ case reconstruction

Reconstruction drawing of an organ built by Carl August Buchholz (1850) in Berlin. More information about the organ (PDF)

Futuristic Design

Design study for a modern organ case.

Hildesheim | St. Andreas

Graphic art of the imposing 32-foot Beckerath organ built in 1966.

Moscow | Conservatory

Graphic replica of the concert organ in the Great Hall of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory. Built in 1899 by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll, it was installed by Charles Mutin in Moscow after being presented at the 1900 World’s Fair in Paris.

Cavaillé-Coll parlor organ

Unfinished case design based on Charles Gounod´s salon organ built by A. Cavaillé-Coll.

Paris | Palace du Trocadéro

Graphic art of the concert organ built by Cavailé-Coll in 1878. The impressive case, consisting of a church organ extended on both sides, was lost when the organ was dismantled in 1937.

Cavaillé-Coll Model Organs

Remastered color graphics of some sample prospectuses from the company catalog “Orgues de tous modèles” (1889) of the Parisian workshop Cavaillé-Coll with typical examples of historicizing design variants.

Art Nouveau Salon Organ

Unfinished case design of a German-romantic salon organ with Art Nouveau decor.

Organ Case Sketch

Free designs study of a French-romantic organ.

Englisch Rood Screen Organ

An early attempt to draw organs using computer graphics programs.

Passau | Dom

Hand drawing of the main case of the famous multi-part organs. The upper middle part of the baroque prospectus, built in 1731, was added in the 1980s.

Gothic Revival Hall with Organ

View of the central hall of a freely invented, neo-Gothic style mansion, virtually constructed with floor plan and elevations (architectural project during the senoir high school).

Strasbourg-Bouclier | Eglise réformée

Drawing of the organ case built by Conrad Sauer in 1789.