Virtual Tour

For those of you that have not been able to visit our Gallery in Oosterbeek (The Netherlands) yet and for those of you who like to look back on an inspirational visit amidst our collection we have prepared a 360 degrees virtual tour. Use the right mouse button on the images to enter our showrooms.

We hope you are in good health. Please visit us online. On our Dutch Home page you will find a 360° view of our stand at TEFAF 2020. 


J.C.B. ( Jan) Sluijters Two women dancing Bal Tabarin

I.L. (Isaac) Israels Café chantant with the dancers of La Feria, Paris

Impression TEFAF 2019


Highlighted for you:


H.J. (HENDRIK JAN)  WOLTER (1873 Amsterdam – 1952 Amersfoort)

 View of the Skinny Bridge in Amsterdam

Oil on canvas: 59,5 x 74 cm

The artist Hendrik Jan Wolter (1873 – 1952) is a well-known Dutch painter. His studio was on the third floor of one of the old houses further up the river Amstel with a panoramic view. This view became his inspiration with perpetually changing weather and seasons and thus changing light. The bridge was a detail in this view.

By looking closely at the painting, we discover a surprising number of colours in the water for example. The colours of the sky, the trees and the houses are reflected in a decomposed, divisionistic way in the river. He makes it come alive. This neo- impressionism, in Holland called luminism, was Wolters favourite style. As a, mostly landscape, artist it allowed him the freedom of colour and the playing with the light.

Discover H.W.  (Hendrik Willem) Mesdag

1831 Groningen – 1915 The Hague. One of the founding members of The School of The Hague, famous for his seascapes and “Dutch skies”. There are several painting by Mesdag in our collection.