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Kunsthandel P. de Boer

Kunsthandel P. de Boer Kunsthandel P. de Boer is a gallery, specialised in Dutch and Flemish Old Master Paintings. Our stoc Although we have 16th and 18th century paintings in stock, the emphasis lies on the 17th century.

The gallery was established in 1922 and has always been located in the centre of Amsterdam, and nowadays in a late 17th century canal house, decorated with antique furniture, on the Herengracht. Besides buying and selling paintings, we also do valuations and we can provide advice on restoration and framing. Our extensive library is available for art historical research. Hours: on appointment.

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today in the newspaper: Nrc Saturday 25 January. Niels de Boer with the painting: Gofredo Wals
25/06/2022

today in the newspaper: Nrc Saturday 25 January. Niels de Boer with the painting: Gofredo Wals

TEFAF 2022. We're looking forward to it.  You are most welcome to visit us from June 24th to June 30th.
24/06/2022

TEFAF 2022. We're looking forward to it. You are most welcome to visit us from June 24th to June 30th.

24/06/2022
24/06/2022
24/06/2022
TEFAF 2022. We're looking forward to it.  You are most welcome to visit us from June 24th to June 30th.
24/06/2022

TEFAF 2022. We're looking forward to it. You are most welcome to visit us from June 24th to June 30th.

Jan Philips van Thielen                             Geboren 1618 in Mechelen  Overleden 1667 Antwerpen
24/06/2022

Jan Philips van Thielen
Geboren 1618 in Mechelen Overleden 1667 Antwerpen

TEFAF 2022. We're looking forward to it.  You are most welcome to visit us from June 24th to June 30th.
24/06/2022

TEFAF 2022. We're looking forward to it. You are most welcome to visit us from June 24th to June 30th.

Het werk van Tessa Posthuma de BoerIs nog te zien tot 20 maart bij kunsthandelpdeboer.Open do.t/m zondag vanaf 12:00 op ...
07/03/2022
Tessa Posthuma de Boer is de moderne Rembrandt met fototoestel en computer

Het werk van Tessa Posthuma de Boer
Is nog te zien tot 20 maart bij kunsthandelpdeboer.
Open do.t/m zondag vanaf 12:00 op afspraak [email protected]
Tessa, Ton Zwerver, Arie Schippers zullen 11 maart aanvang 20:00 over hun werk vertellen.

De Waterlandse fotograaf Tessa Posthuma de Boer maakt portretten van mensen die niet bestaan. Om deze personen te creëren, fotografeert ze heel veel modellen. Met de computer maakt ze uiteindelijk portretten in de stijl van de Oude Meesters, zoals Rembrandt. In Culture Club van deze week een report...

20/01/2022
20/01/2022
This Impression of the painting by Willaerts can still be admired live at Kunsthandel Pdeboer stand 108 at the PAN until...
19/11/2021

This Impression of the painting by Willaerts can still be admired live at Kunsthandel Pdeboer stand 108 at the PAN until Sunday 21 November. You are most welcome.

Adam Willaerts:
Antwerp 1577-1664 Utrecht.
English ships entering a river.

Oil on panel 25,5 x 67,5 cm
Signed and dated 1617 on the ladder.

Provenance:
kunsthandel rene Schreuder
Kunsthandel Douwes
Bought by the parents of the present owner.

Literature:
Adam willaerts, 'Zijn leven en zijn werk, ' especially the religious paintings,
unpublished dissertation 1999 cat 16.

Exhibited:
De smaak van Douwes, van Jan Steen tot Sluiter.
Fries museum Leeuwarden, 1998/9.

Willaerts started his career as a marine painter, probably after he settled in Utrecht.
In 1602. He is recorded in 1611as one of the founders of the Guild of St.Luke.
He painted beach scenes, historical subjects, fleets off shores and marine genre paintings.

Kunsthandelpdeboer.
13/11/2021

Kunsthandelpdeboer.

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12/11/2021



You are welcome to visit us
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hop on transport to the PAN for construction. PAN 13 to 21 November.  we'll meet there.
09/11/2021

hop on transport to the PAN for construction. PAN 13 to 21 November. we'll meet there.


hop on transport to the PAN for construction. PAN 13 to 21 November.  we'll meet there.
09/11/2021

hop on transport to the PAN for construction. PAN 13 to 21 November. we'll meet there.


ready for Transport to the PAN. Saturday 13 to Sunday 21 November. See you there.
09/11/2021

ready for Transport to the PAN. Saturday 13 to Sunday 21 November. See you there.


you are more than welcome to visit us during the PAN
03/11/2021

you are more than welcome to visit us during the PAN

PAN Amsterdam 14 - 21 november 2021
34e editie | 34 deelnemers van de Koninklijke VHOK

Zondag 14 november opent de grootste kunstbeurs van dit jaar de deuren voor kunstliefhebbers en kunstverzamelaars in de RAI in Amsterdam. Op de beursvloer is gezorgd voor extra brede gangpaden om goede mogelijkheid te bieden om afstand te houden. Leden van de Koninklijke VHOK zijn ruim vertegenwoordigd in het deelnemersveld van 110 kunst-, antiek- en designhandelaren.

HANDLING TOURS
Tijdens de 34e editie van de PAN tonen de 34 deelnemende leden van de Koninklijke VHOK tijdens speciale Handling Tours dagelijks 3 bijzondere objecten voor een Up Close & Personal ervaring met kunstwerken uit diverse disciplines.

Dagelijks 11.30 - 12.15 uur - Tickets via www.pan.nl

29/10/2021
29/10/2021
Willem van de Velde leiden 1633-1707 Greenwich Dutch slips in a Fresh Breeze off the Coast.Signed and dated: W. V. V.f 4...
29/10/2021

Willem van de Velde
leiden 1633-1707 Greenwich

Dutch slips in a Fresh Breeze off the Coast.

Signed and dated: W. V. V.f 48
Oil om panel 75x106 cm

Willem van de Velde came from one of the greatest seventeenth century family of Dutch masters;his father,Willem van de Velde1(1636-1672)was a first rate draughtsman of marines with love for the sea and ships

Our painting is a remarkable example by The master from his earliest period and in fact,it is one of The earliest dated known works; the artist was an astonishing fifteen years of age when he completed this example.Our picture documents the extent to which van de Velde was influenced by de Vlieger and van Beyeren when he first executed large scale works, indicative of devolping of his genius.







Photos from Carla van de Puttelaar's post
16/07/2021

Photos from Carla van de Puttelaar's post

For this new post, I wanted to highlight an artist whose work I kept circling back to when I'm strolling through the P. ...
30/06/2021

For this new post, I wanted to highlight an artist whose work I kept circling back to when I'm strolling through the P. de Boer building during the day. The reason for the revising of his paintings is the fact that I feel like I keep seeing a new painting. In one of his works, you may interpret this literally. Tens of miniature paintings on one wooden panel. The artist Stefan Peters imagines all the possible landscapes and the creations that flash through his mind get translated onto the panel.
Every place you focus your gaze on, a completely new landscape unfolds before your eyes. For Stefan, the imagination never stops. He depicts this with the unfinished landscapes on the edges. Showing that if the panel would not end, the landscapes paintings wouldn't stop either. This painting is part of the Chronicles series and I'll add a few close ups of my favorite landscapes.

Another (this time figuratively) reason his paintings are new every time, is the fact that Peters creates paintings with paint on gold leaf. Since light is constantly changing during the day, so are the paint colours that lay on top of the gold leafs. Under the influence of the different reflections, a new spectacle unfolds every time light hits the works differently. Incredible!

These works are part of the exhibition 'VER'. Have you made your reservation yet? Send us an email on [email protected] and specify if you'd like to attend one of our events or visit at a certain time slot. The list of events is on our website! They include Artist Talks, traditional Japanese tea ceremonies, drawing lessons in the garden and private dinners.

For this new post, I wanted to highlight an artist whose work I kept circling back to when I'm strolling through the P. ...
30/06/2021

For this new post, I wanted to highlight an artist whose work I kept circling back to when I'm strolling through the P. de Boer building during the day. The reason for the revising of his paintings is the fact that I feel like I keep seeing a new painting. In one of his works, you may interpret this literally. Tens of miniature paintings on one wooden panel. The artist Stefan Peters imagines all the possible landscapes and the creations that flash through his mind get translated onto the panel.
Every place you focus your gaze on, a completely new landscape unfolds before your eyes. For Stefan, the imagination never stops. He depicts this with the unfinished landscapes on the edges. Showing that if the panel would not end, the landscapes paintings wouldn't stop either. This painting is part of the Chronicles series and I'll add a few close ups of my favorite landscapes.

Another (this time figuratively) reason his paintings are new every time, is the fact that Peters creates paintings with paint on gold leaf. Since light is constantly changing during the day, so are the paint colours that lay on top of the gold leafs. Under the influence of the different reflections, a new spectacle unfolds every time light hits the works differently. Incredible!

These works are part of the exhibition 'VER'. Have you made your reservation yet? Send us an email on [email protected] and specify if you'd like to attend one of our events or visit at a certain time slot. The list of events is on our website! They include Artist Talks, traditional Japanese tea ceremonies, drawing lessons in the garden and private dinners.

For this new post, I wanted to highlight an artist whose work I kept circling back to when I'm strolling through the P. ...
30/06/2021

For this new post, I wanted to highlight an artist whose work I kept circling back to when I'm strolling through the P. de Boer building during the day. The reason for the revising of his paintings is the fact that I feel like I keep seeing a new painting. In one of his works, you may interpret this literally. Tens of miniature paintings on one wooden panel. The artist Stefan Peters imagines all the possible landscapes and the creations that flash through his mind get translated onto the panel.
Every place you focus your gaze on, a completely new landscape unfolds before your eyes. For Stefan, the imagination never stops. He depicts this with the unfinished landscapes on the edges. Showing that if the panel would not end, the landscapes paintings wouldn't stop either. This painting is part of the Chronicles series and I'll add a few close ups of my favorite landscapes.

Another (this time figuratively) reason his paintings are new every time, is the fact that Peters creates paintings with paint on gold leaf. Since light is constantly changing during the day, so are the paint colours that lay on top of the gold leafs. Under the influence of the different reflections, a new spectacle unfolds every time light hits the works differently. Incredible!

These works are part of the exhibition 'VER'. Have you made your reservation yet? Send us an email on [email protected] and specify if you'd like to attend one of our events or visit at a certain time slot. The list of events is on our website! They include Artist Talks, traditional Japanese tea ceremonies, drawing lessons in the garden and private dinners.

The day of the big reveal is finally here! Our exhibition 'VER' will be on view from the 18th of June till 18 July.Where...
18/05/2021

The day of the big reveal is finally here! Our exhibition 'VER' will be on view from the 18th of June till 18 July.

Where people used to go to Italy to draw and paint the landscape, and take it back to the Netherlands, nowadays the world is almost literally at the feet of the artist, as people cross the earth with the greatest of ease in search of inspiration and influences. Where during the Golden Age, people dreamed of beautiful maps, globes and views, we can now feel at home within places we have never been through Google Earth.
Curator Jacky Simons will bring together a selection of artists who seamlessly merge tradition and innovation.

There are graphite drawings by Cathelijn van Goor, who, like an explorer, draws up the digital world below us. Pepijn van den Nieuwendijk shares the old Dutch fascination with Eastern ceramics, and mixes this with his view on animals and fantasy creatures, an interest which he shares with Bethany de Forest, who gives animals a prominent role within her miniature worlds, through which the echo of the natural drawings of the old masters resonates. Manipulating, transforming and internalizing nature, this is what Sjoerd Buisman does through his love for it and his deep knowledge. See how Jacobien de Rooij explores the boundaries of what a landscape is, just as Stefan Peters explores those of the art of painting, which with his collages of small paintings that can refer to both the arrangement of the 17th century collectors cabinets, as well as to our modern smartphone screen.

Within the monumental building on the Herengracht, the works of old masters from the famous stichting P&N de Boer collection enter into a dialogue with their contemporary counterparts. The permanent 'neugier', the ability to create new worlds and an almost unmatchable creativity virtuosity have been in the DNA of our art for centuries. This is a unique opportunity to experience this firsthand, and to travel with both contemporary and old masters.

There will also be events announced soon! Be sure to send us an email at [email protected] to secure a visiting spot during the exhibition dates. Follow the contemporary artists through the tags.

We are so thrilled to share this painting because our new post is also accompanied by such an exciting announcement. Kee...
12/05/2021

We are so thrilled to share this painting because our new post is also accompanied by such an exciting announcement. Keep reading!

This work is by the little-known painter Jacob de Villeers (Leiden 1616-1667 Rotterdam), believed to be a student of the great Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669) in the 1640's. Unfortunately, no evidence is known except a link to Rembrandt by De Villeers's apprenticeship with Abraham Furnerius, who was a documented student of Rembrandt himself.

In this work, he is clearly influenced by Hercules Seghers (1589-1638). Seghers was greatly admired by Rembrandt and the latter owned at least 8 of his paintings. Take a look at the treatment of light and mountains in this work and the Seghers landscape in Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam. A noticable similarity is the way the mountain of the right side of the painting enhances the monumentality of the whole composition.

For me, the landscape evokes a longing for the far and unknown. For centuries Dutch artists have also been inspired by this same lust for the new and created landscapes that make the viewer long for the distant horizons. It is with this sensation in mind that I want to announce the upcoming exhibition at our art gallery on the Herengracht next month! Curator Jacky Simons will bring together a selection of artists who will seamlessly merge tradition and innovation. Artists will manipulate, transform and internalize nature. Boundaries of what a landscape is will be explored and we will discover how artists, even though separated by centuries, can be 'kindred spirits'.

Next week we will reveal our exhibition title, our contemporary artists and the exact dates. There will also be workshops, special events and concerts happening during these exhibition weeks. All this will be revealed soon. We are very excited for this old master/contemporary artists hybrid exhibition!

This work will be featured in the upcoming exhibition:

Panoramic landscape with a fortified town

Oil on canvas

91,5 x 115 cm

https://kunsthandelpdeboer.com

We are so thrilled to share this painting because our new post is also accompanied by such an exciting announcement. Kee...
12/05/2021

We are so thrilled to share this painting because our new post is also accompanied by such an exciting announcement. Keep reading!

This work is by the little-known painter Jacob de Villeers (Leiden 1616-1667 Rotterdam), believed to be a student of the great Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669) in the 1640's. Unfortunately, no evidence is known except a link to Rembrandt by De Villeers's apprenticeship with Abraham Furnerius, who was a documented student of Rembrandt himself.

In this work, he is clearly influenced by Hercules Seghers (1589-1638). Seghers was greatly admired by Rembrandt and the latter owned at least 8 of his paintings. Take a look at the treatment of light and mountains in this work and the Seghers landscape in Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam. A noticable similarity is the way the mountain of the right side of the painting enhances the monumentality of the whole composition.

For me, the landscape evokes a longing for the far and unknown. For centuries Dutch artists have also been inspired by this same lust for the new and created landscapes that make the viewer long for the distant horizons. It is with this sensation in mind that I want to announce the upcoming exhibition at our art gallery on the Herengracht next month! Curator Jacky Simons will bring together a selection of artists who will seamlessly merge tradition and innovation. Artists will manipulate, transform and internalize nature. Boundaries of what a landscape is will be explored and we will discover how artists, even though separated by centuries, can be 'kindred spirits'.

Next week we will reveal our exhibition title, our contemporary artists and the exact dates. There will also be workshops, special events and concerts happening during these exhibition weeks. All this will be revealed soon. We are very excited for this old master/contemporary artists hybrid exhibition!

This work will be featured in the upcoming exhibition:

Panoramic landscape with a fortified town

Oil on canvas

91,5 x 115 cm

https://kunsthandelpdeboer.com

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Het werk van Tessa Posthuma de Boer
Is nog te zien tot 20 maart bij kunsthandelpdeboer.
Open do.t/m zondag vanaf 12:00 op afspraak [email protected]
Tessa, Ton Zwerver, Arie Schippers zullen 11 maart aanvang 20:00 over hun werk vertellen.
This Impression of the painting by Willaerts can still be admired live at Kunsthandel Pdeboer stand 108 at the PAN until Sunday 21 November. You are most welcome.

Adam Willaerts:
Antwerp 1577-1664 Utrecht.
English ships entering a river.

Oil on panel 25,5 x 67,5 cm
Signed and dated 1617 on the ladder.

Provenance:
kunsthandel rene Schreuder
Kunsthandel Douwes
Bought by the parents of the present owner.

Literature:
Adam willaerts, 'Zijn leven en zijn werk, ' especially the religious paintings,
unpublished dissertation 1999 cat 16.

Exhibited:
De smaak van Douwes, van Jan Steen tot Sluiter.
Fries museum Leeuwarden, 1998/9.

Willaerts started his career as a marine painter, probably after he settled in Utrecht.
In 1602. He is recorded in 1611as one of the founders of the Guild of St.Luke.
He painted beach scenes, historical subjects, fleets off shores and marine genre paintings.
Kunsthandelpdeboer.







You are welcome to visit us
108
hop on transport to the PAN for construction. PAN 13 to 21 November. we'll meet there.


hop on transport to the PAN for construction. PAN 13 to 21 November. we'll meet there.


ready for Transport to the PAN. Saturday 13 to Sunday 21 November. See you there.


you are more than welcome to visit us during the PAN
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