Disclaimer
Please note that the content on the website may be used for press purposes when covering the TEFAF art fair. The usage rights are at publication's discretion. It cannot be guaranteed that the objects currently shown on the website will pass TEFAF vetting which takes place shortly prior to the opening of the Fair.
Agree and download
Back

Kollenburg Antiquairs

Exquisite objects and paintings from the 17th, 18th and 19th century
_DSC0616.JPG
_DSC0616.JPG

I first set foot in the antiques world at a very young age. As the son of a restorer and specialist of antique timepieces, my interest in the profession was sparked early and when I was fourteen years old, I made my first independent acquisition. Initially, I focused mainly on 18th-century applied arts, but the collection has since expanded and now includes sculptures, paintings, clocks and furniture from the 16th to the 19th century.

Kollenburg Antiquairs has grown into a company of several employees with diverse expertise and skills. We are located in the charming village of Oirschot in the southern Netherlands, near Eindhoven. Since 2006, we have exhibited at leading fairs in the Netherlands and abroad, including PAN, BRAFA and Fine Art Asia Hong Kong, and since 2015 at TEFAF Maastricht.

In our search for objects of beauty, quality and rarity, we continually strive to add extraordinary objects to the collection. We are pleased to share our enthusiasm and love for art with you and are delighted to show you our collection upon appointment.

We can also support and advice with starting or growing your own collection. Furthermore, we can assist you with written appraisals and expertise for legacies, estate division or insurance purposes. Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss the possibilities.

Insights From The Exhibitor

Artists

  • Nicolas de Largilliere (1656-1746)
  • Michiel van Musscher (1645-1705)
  • Jan Siberechts (1627-1703)
  • Nicolas Maréchal (1753 -1803)
  • Giovanni Battista Lampi (1751-1830)
  • Alexander Roslin (1718-1793)
  • Georgius Jacobus Johannes van Os (1782-1861)
  • Jan Gerard Waldorp (1740-1808)
  • Carl Wilhelm Wach (1787-1845)
  • Louis Apol (1850-1936)
  • Gaspare Diziani (1689-1767)
  • Louis-Jean-François Lagrenée (1724-1805)
  • Constant Permeke (1886-1952)
  • Jean Grandjean (1752-1781)
  • Allegretto Nuzi (1345-1374)
  • Master of the Female Half-Lengths
  • Claude Bertin (?-1705)
  • Laurent Delvaux (1696-1778)
  • Giovanni Giuseppe Fontana (1821-1893)
  • Robert Osmond (1711-1789)
  • Nicolas-Marie Moriot (1788–1852)
  • Jean-Joseph de Saint-Germain (1719-1791)
  • Jacques Hory (1634-?)
  • Pierre-Etienne Le Noir (1724-?)
  • Johannes Benner
  • Ferdinand Berthoud (1727-1807)
  • Piat Joseph Sauvage (1744–1818)
  • Charles Bertrand (1746–1789?)
  • Pierre-Philippe Thomire (1751-1843)
  • André Charles Boulle (1642-1732)
  • Jean-Charles Stiasteny
  • Pierre Reymond (1513–1584)
  • Claude Galle (1759-1815)
  • André Louis Gilbert (1746-1809)
  • Hendrik Fortman (1715-1807)
  • Heinrich Gambs (1765-1831)
  • François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter (1770-1841)
  • Etienne Doirat (ca. 1675-1732)
  • Jean-Pierre Latz (ca. 1691-1754)
  • Nicolas Petit (1732-1791)
  • Jacques Bircklé (1734 – 1803)
  • Matthijs Horrix (1735-1809)
  • Burchard Precht (1651-1738)
  • Giuseppe Maria Bonzanigo (1745-1820)
  • Andrea Fantoni (1659-1734)
  • Frederik Manicus I (1738-1785)
  • Andrei Ivanovich Schreiber (1777–1843)