Han van Meegeren (1889-1947)






Christmas Auction – December 2018

12, 13 en 14 December 2018

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Christmas Auction

Vendue Next Door auction




Upcoming auction:
Christmas Auction - 12, 13 and 14 December


A selection of this auction

Lot 107

Petrus Kiers (1807-1875)

Dames- en herenportret olieverf op doek, ovaal (2x), 41x32 cm

Lot 255

Roland Strasser (1895-1974)

Indonesische vrouw met mand zwart en bruin krijt op papier, 58x39,5 cm

Lot 261

Markus Lüpertz (1941)

'Das nächste Beste' Published in 1990 by Galerie Michael Werner, Cologne, and printed by Rob Cox, Amsterdam.

Lot 2133

Een saffier solitair ring

Bezet met een ovaal geslepen saffier van ca. 7 ct (leveridge gemeten) tussen opengewerkte schouders, ringmaat 17.5 mm. Hierbij een N.E.L. certificaat no. E18219 gedateerd 12 september 2018 welke de steen omschrijft als natuurlijk saffier met aanwijzing voor verhitting.

Lot 2155

Een witgouden saffier en diamanten ring

Bezet met een ovaal geslepen saffier van 5,31 ct. tussen schouders bezet met baguette diamanten, ringmaat 17 mm.

Lot 7

Piet van Wijngaerdt (1873-1964)

Boer met pijp en borreltje olieverf op doek, 78x118 cm

Lot 1586

Twee Engels zilveren flessenbakken

Rond met godrons en gegraveerd crest. Met houten bodem. Maker William Stroud, Londen, 1812. 925/1000. D. ca. 15 cm. H. ca. 5,5 cm.

Lot 3534

Dertig polychrome Meissen porseleinen borden

18e eeuw, gemerkt. Centrale beschildering van verschillende gekleurde boeketten, omgeven door strooibloemen, de rand met getordeerd reliëf met vlechtwerk, vergulde lip. (30)

Lot 4055

Een zeer groot Russisch kersticoon

19e eeuw Met het verhaal rond Christus' geboorte in een landschap met steden op de achtergrond.




Road works

From Monday, November 19 to Thursday, November 22, the Vendue House will be more difficult to reach by car due to emergency repairs to the sewerage system in the Prinsestraat, leading to the Nobelstraat.
For automobile traffic there is a detour route from the Hogewal (the extension of the Mauritskade) via the Elandstraat, Vondelstraat, Bilderdijkstraat to the Torenstraat with the Q-park Toren-garage. On foot, the Venduehuis can be reached from there in about 3 minutes.

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Appraisal Days Indonesian Paintings

Coinciding with the viewing days for our Post-War & Contemporary Art and Design Auction on 26, 27, 28, and 29 October are our appraisal days for Indonesian art, where you will be able to have your Indonesian paintings appraised and consign them for our third Indonesian Art Sale, which will take place in 2019.

Our advisor Frans Leidelmeijer will be present for these appraisal days. With his Dutch-Indonesian and The Hague background and expertise, he is equipped like no other to determine the value of your Indonesian paintings.
We are especially interested in artworks by Lee Man Fong, Abdullah, Affandi, Adolfs, Bonnet, Dooyewaard, Israels, Hofker, Sayers, Trubus Soedarsono, and so forth.

This weekend: appraisal Indonesian paintings

During the upcoming viewing days for the Indonesian Art Sale you are welcome to have your own paintings, drawings and watercolours from Indonesia and the former Dutch East Indies appraised by Chris Vellinga, Marjolein Regout and Frans Leidelmeijer.
They are present on Friday 7 September and Monday 10 September between 10 am and 4 pm and on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 September between 12 noon and 4 pm. You will be assisted in order of entry.

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Venduehuis der Notarissen

The Venduehuis der Notarissen will officially celebrate its 200-year anniversary in 2012 as an Auction House in The Hague. Before then, public sales of properties, farms, land, and household effects were organized by the City’s Auctioneers. The auction house was established in September 1811, when The Netherlands were conquered by the French Empire and fully integrated in 1810. The Netherlands came under the administration of the French judicial system. This resulted in further public sales being held under the supervision of a Notary Public.

The Association of Notary Publics in the city of The Hague were the first in the Netherlands to establish the “Venduehuis der Notarissen”. In January 1812 the first auction was held in the present building in the Nobelstraat. The Auction house is now – and always has been – owned by the Association of Notary Publics in The Hague. However they are not the only users of the Auction House. Anyone can buy and sell items other than real estate through our Auction House. The right to buy/sell real estate lies exclusively with the Notary Publics.

Meet our experts to discover what the Venduehuis can offer you. We will be happy to advise you about appraisals and consignment, so that you are able to make the best possible decision about your valuables.