Our art collection largely consists of paintings and graphic artwork. Although we naturally house many pieces of art from regional artists, the majority of our work originates from outside our province’s borders. Our current collection includes paintings stemming from the 19th and 20th century, as well as many lithographic prints, among which several from the CoBrA group.
Our all-embracing policy means that we apply no particular constraints when purchasing art or antiques; if we are able to attain a valuable post-war design piece, we will. It goes without saying that objects need to meet certain criteria regarding material and (art)historical value, and should preferably hold that value over time.
There are many ways you can go about selling your art or antiques, each with its own benefits and drawbacks. You can put your piece up for auction, you can endeavor to sell the object yourself, or you can sell the item to us. If you decide to sell your object to us, you will receive your payment immediatly, you will not be charged any additional fees and we will offer you a more reasonable price than you would receive when selling the piece through private sale – especially in the case of rare or exceptional items.