T R E A S U R E S, PART II
After the successful first edition of T R E A S U R E S, an exhibition born out of necessity in a year when art fairs and travelling were nigh-on impossible, we could not resist following up with a sequel, once again featuring an curated yet eclectic mix of master paintings, drawings and sculpture, ranging from the 16th to the early 20th century, as well as a cabinet of classical antiquities from ancient Egypt and Rome.
As always, the old masters take centre stage. Leading with a stunning recently rediscovered portrait by Pieter Jansz. Pourbus, the exhibition features a range of more affordable works as well, such as a fine selection of master drawings including works by Dutch and Flemish artists like Frans Snijders, Pieter Quast and Julius Porcellis. Our rediscovered Saint Jerome by Artus Wolffaert is another exciting highlight, as is Ferdinand Bol's superb Portrait of a Man.
More eclectic finds include Armand Rassenfosse's Le Critique, the most recent work in the exhibition, as well as a beautiful and highly affordable selection of antiquities, such as an Egyptian limestone fragment of a Pharaoh's head and several Roman marble ornamental fragments. As we always buy as if for ourselves, all items on display have been selected with the utmost care, with an eye for originality, quality and authenticity.
So please, mark your calendars for the opening weekend, from June 10 until 13 (Thursday and Friday from 16.00 - 21.00; Saturday and Sunday from 14.00 - 19.00). Although circumstances now allow for a safe 'live' exhibition experience, all works in the exhibition can also be browsed online. After the opening weekend, the exhibition can be visited by appointment until June 30. We hope to see you at the gallery or to hear from you!