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Our next fine art sale: Old & New
From more than a thousand consignments by readers of NRC Handelsblad we have selected 359 artworks. The oldest painting dates from around 1575 while on some of the contemporary works the paint has just dried.
Among the artists presented are Appel, Armando, Arntzenius, Berserik, Beuys, Feng Bin, Bogart, Brands, Claus, Christo, Dali, Van Dongen, Van der Elsken, Fontana, Gestel, Gubbels, Heyboer, Hockney, Isaac Israëls, Jetses, Knikker, Léger, Lindström, Lucebert, Maks, Marini, Mendes da Costa, Nanninga, Charlotte van Pallandt, Panamarenko, Thijs Rinsema, Schoonhoven, Jan Sluijters, Willy Sluiter, Staller, Steinlen, Tholen, Kees Verwey, Vinkeles, Herman de Vries, Warhol, Wesselmann, Wiegman, Zwerver, Moore and more.Unique artworks of museum value and affordable prints & multiples, monumental and miniature objects, works created with all possible traditional techniques as well as with artificial grass, bull's blood or clothes-pegs - explore our catalogue online
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A portrait of Gerard Reve by Emo Verkerk was sold for almost € 18.500 (incl. auction costs and droit de suite) at the 6th NRC auction in December 2016 – setting the record price for the artist. The portrait was a gift to the previous owner from Joop Schafthuizen. It’s widely known that Gerard Reve was responsible for the liberation of many […]
“Taller than a man”: there is one work in the immense legacy of Hugo Claus that even the most passionate collector will never capture: Love Song. This mythic book was planned to be the largest book on earth but was never published, although a life-size dummy was presented in New York and Amsterdam and it […]
Adams sold the manuscript of the novel I Jan Cremer (1964) to the Dutch Literary Museum – for the highest price ever paid for a Dutch manuscript! This bestseller occupies a unique place within Dutch culture. It is recognised as a landmark in the transition from the ’50s and the ’60s. The manuscript was sold […]