Antiquus Stereoscope

69,70 IVA incl.

With this unique instrument in the world, you can enjoy something never seen before: 10 masterpieces of painting in 3 dimensions

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When designing our Antiquus stereoscope, we wanted to combine beauty, practicality and originality in a single object.

It is a wooden case, beautifully decorated with art-deco motifs and very easy to use. Just insert the pair of images into the slot provided for this purpose and, by slightly swinging the cover that holds the magnifying glasses, obtain the appropriate focus for each view.



On the other hand, the images to be viewed are not just any ordinary ones. On the contrary, we have created something unique so far and, taking as a base 10 masterpieces of painting of all time, we offer you their vision as the author saw or imagined the compositions, both in portraits and landscapes, of his own works.

And all this using a tremendously complex technique to obtain a striking final result. Can you imagine seeing, for example, “las meninas” with all the depth that the genius of aerial perspective, Diego Velázquez, saw?

You will be able to see the following works:

-Velasquez: The aforementioned and “The Surrender of Breda” (The Lances)

-Rembrandt: “The Anatomy Lesson”

-Rubens: “Samson and Delilah”

-Hans Holbein: “The Ambassadors”

-Sandro Botticelli: “The Birth of Venus”

-John Constable: “Salisbury Cathedral”

-Edgar Degas: “Ballet Room on the Rue Pelletier”

-Vincent van Gogh: “The Starry Night”

-Henry Rousseau: “The Dream”


The stereoscope comes with a comprehensive manual with reviews of each of these works, as well as the history of the stereoscope and some practical advice that will teach you how to take your own stereoscopic photos and view them with our instrument.


In addition to these masterpieces, you will also find 12 classic stereoscopic photographs from that period, some of which have been adapted for stereoscopy for the first time using the same technique used for painting masterpieces, such as those that reproduce scenes from classic cinema such as the famous scene in which we see Harold Lloyd clinging to the hands of a clock at the top of a building avoiding falling into the void or that of King Kong at the top of the Empire State Building being attacked by a gang of planes.

Others produce authentic vertigo in the viewer. Such as, for example, the famous scene of the workers taking a break and sitting quietly on the beam of a skyscraper under construction.

And some are simple scenes from everyday life: a Buddhist temple, a train, the Bedouins in the pyramids, etc.

Fabulous stereoscopic images that you can enjoy in your free time, just like our grandparents and great-grandparents did back in the 1920s.


13 x 14.5 x 5 cm.






Additional information

Weight 1,1 kg
Dimensions 0,15 × 0,15 × 0,1 cm

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When designing our Antiquus stereoscope, we wanted to combine beauty, practicality and originality in a single object.Antiquus Stereoscope
69,70 IVA incl.

Availability: In stock

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