De Jonckheere

Flemish Masters from 15th to 17th century


Rue de l'Hôtel de ville 7, 1204, Geneva, Switzerland
De Jonckheere

Flemish Masters from 15th to 17th century

De Jonckheere, an art gallery specializing in the study and sale of 15th- to 17th- century Flemish paintings, was founded in Brussels in 1976. In 1983, the gallery relocates to Paris. Its distinctive collections are presented to the most demanding collectors and museums, namely at major art fairs such as the Biennale des Antiquaires in Paris or TEFAF in Maastricht. In April 2011, De Jonckheere opens a new space in Geneva’s historic center, located at 7 rue de l’Hôtel de Ville, which has since become its flagship gallery. Since the 2012 edition of the Biennale Paris, the gallery is focusing its activity on the presentation of both ancient and modern works. The gallery is run by Georges and François De Jonckheere.


  • Followers of Hieronymus Bosch,
  • Pieter Brueghel the Younger,
  • Jan Brueghel the Elder,
  • Jan Brueghel the Younger,
  • Lucas Cranach the Elder,
  • Frans Francken the Younger,
  • Abel Grimmer,
  • Pieter Huys,
  • Jan van Kessel,
  • Master of the Half-Length Figures,
  • Master of 1518,
  • Herri Met de Bles,
  • David Teniers