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Gillis Goldman Fine Art

Old & Modern Masters - Painting, Sculpture, Prints & Drawing
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The Brussels based gallery Gillis Goldman Fine Art (former Eric Gillis Fine Art) has become in few years a key figure in the 19th century art market. Eric Gillis worked on the museum side for some years, in Switzerland, Paris and London. He then worked for 10 years at CG Boerner, the renowned old master prints dealer, as partner. In 2011, Eric Gillis returned to Belgium and established his own company and gallery in Brussels.

Over the last four years, more than twenty catalogues have been published and dedicated to high-end selections of drawings, paintings, sculptures, and prints, and the gallery has exhibited in major fairs, such as TEFAF Maastricht, the Salon du Dessin (Paris) and Frieze Masters (London). Gillis Goldman Fine Art has been recognized by major US and European museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Getty or the Musée d’Orsay. In 2015, Eric is joined by Noémie Goldman, Doctor in Art History and specialist in the art of the 19th century. In March 2020, following their development, they moved the gallery to a two-story townhouse in the heart of Brussels, increasing their exhibition space and position on the thriving Belgian art scene. In January 2021, the gallery changed its name celebrating their new partnership.

Insights From The Exhibitor


Belgian Art from the Verbaet Collection
Eric Gillis Fine Art
Jan 14–31, 2015
4 Galleries, Exhibitions 4
Eric Gillis Fine Art
Nov 20–Jan 31, 2019


  • George Minne
  • George Morren
  • Odilon Redon
  • Xavier Mellery
  • Léon Spilliaert
  • Fernand Khnopff
  • Ker-Xavier Roussel
  • Edouard Vuillard
  • Jean Delville
  • Charles Maurin
  • Adolfo Wildt
  • Edvard Munch
  • Charles Lacoste
  • Théophile Alexandre Steinlen
  • Anton Van Rappard
  • Victor Hugo
  • Paul Cézanne
  • Paul Delvaux
  • Aristide Maillol