Kunsthandel P. de Boer bv

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Gallery Information

  • Niels R.P. de Boer Director
  • Peter P.M. De Boer Contact person

Artists Exhibited at the fair:

  • Dran

    Dran

  • Invader

    Invader

  • Gan Daofu

    Gan Daofu

    Biography : The uniqueness of Gan Daofu's porcelain work lies in the artistic effects produced by the oil painting brush; or flat brush, used in place of the tapered brush as a tool for creating blue-white porcelain. During his creative process Dan Daofu honors the vibrant brush-and-ink charm of traditional blue-white porcelain. The same time, his operative mode of creating openness in accordance with the conceptual "plane" is accompanied by psychic tension. The "plane" has strength and substantiality, thus is more ample, fitting medium for modern people to pour out their emotions. Proceeding from a descriptive dimension in his early work, he has turned toward a spirit of re-writing. In abstract painting, the plane is a unified organic edifice made up of structural arrangements and multilevel variations of brushwork, all of which are endowed with meaning and are interrelated. A stream of consciousness process on a large-scale has enabled the artist to put forth thoughts and sentiments at will. "The wholeness of rhythmical movement derived from ink-and-wash painting allows his works to convey an inherent value of spirit." The artist's ideal is choosing abstraction over the descriptive narratives of traditional porcelain and the bourgeois sentiments of modern literati. Through his extension of planar dimensions and spatial composition he strives for a broader interpretation. For Gan Daofu, the creation of extended blue and white porcelain is a spiritual act because it belongs to the life of the spirit." After six years' work in Beijing following his undergraduate studies, Gan Daofu returned to the M.A. Program at Jingdezhen Institute of Pottery and studied modern blue-white porcelain with his director Qin Xilin and other master artists. He uses a variety of brushes and painting tools having previously used brushes of no more than 50 centimeters, he has now changed to brushes measuring 240 centimeters in a recent treatment. As Gan Daofu mentioned last evening, any and all mater
  • Willem van Aelst

    Willem van Aelst

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
    Kunstgalerij Albricht bv
    Koetser Gallery
  • Barent Avercamp

    Barent Avercamp

  • David Bailly

    David Bailly

  • Cornelis Biltius

    Cornelis Biltius

  • Jacob Biltius

    Jacob Biltius

  • Jan Theunisz Blanckerhoff

    Jan Theunisz Blanckerhoff

    Biography :
  • Ferdinand Bol

    Ferdinand Bol

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    E. H. Ariëns Kappers
  • Jan Brueghel the Younger

    Jan Brueghel the Younger

  • Hendrick van Cleef

    Hendrick van Cleef

  • Jacob de Villeers

    Jacob de Villeers

  • Hendrik de Fromantiou

    Hendrik de Fromantiou

  • Jan Davidsz de Heem

    Jan Davidsz de Heem

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
    Salomon Lilian
  • Cornelis de Heem

    Cornelis de Heem

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Koetser Gallery
  • Hendrik Keun

    Hendrik Keun

  • Kerstiaen de Keuninck

    Kerstiaen de Keuninck

  • Verschuier Lieve

    Verschuier Lieve

  • Hendrick Maertensz Sorgh

    Hendrick Maertensz Sorgh

  • Hendrick de Meijer

    Hendrick de Meijer

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Koetser Gallery
  • Louis Michiels

    Louis Michiels

  • Willem van Mieris

    Willem van Mieris

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
  • Jan Miense Molenaer

    Jan Miense Molenaer

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    Also exhibited by:
    Salomon Lilian
    Koetser Gallery
  • Aert van der Neer

    Aert van der Neer

    Biography : Aert van der Neer grew up in Arkel a town on the river Waal just east of Dordrecht. Later he resided in Amsterdam where he was an important painter of moonlight and winter landscapes. Aert’s earliest known painting is a genre scene dated 1632, now in the Nardoni Galerie in Prague. His early landscapes reveal close stylistic affinities with the work of the brothers Joachim and Rafel Camphuyzen , but also influence of Alexander Kierincx, Gillis Claesz. d’Hondecoeter and Roelandt Savery all so-called artists of the Frankenthal School, who took the idiom of the Flemish landscape painting to the Netherlands. Exhibition : Aert van der Neer grew up in Arkel a town on the river Waal just east of Dordrecht. Later he resided in Amsterdam where he was an important painter of moonlight and winter landscapes. Aert’s earliest known painting is a genre scene dated 1632, now in the Nardoni Galerie in Prague. His early landscapes reveal close stylistic affinities with the work of the brothers Joachim and Rafel Camphuyzen , but also influence of Alexander Kierincx, Gillis Claesz. d’Hondecoeter and Roelandt Savery all so-called artists of the Frankenthal School, who took the idiom of the Flemish landscape painting to the Netherlands. Detailed Description : Skaters on a Frozen Canal by a Village Oil on Panel, 40.3 71.8 cm. Signed with the monogram lower left: AVDN Provenance: Baron Edmond de Beurnonville, their sale Paris, 9 May, 1881, lot 393. Agnew’s, London. G.J. Gould, Lakewood, New Jersey, by 1908. Private Collection, Georgetown, Washington 1908-2005. Literature: C. Hofstede de Groot, A Catalogue Raisonné, London VII, 1908, p. 443, no. 501. W. Schulz, Aert van der Neer, Doornspijk, 2002, p. 162, no. 105. In the present winter landscape there is an emphasis on cool blue hues, alleviated in certain areas by patches of pink and red in clothing and buildings. The artist has painted a typical bleak Dutch winter through the use of predominantly grey and brown tones, except in the build up of light where colour has been eliminated and replaced by monochromatic build-up of browns, greens and pale greys. Quite unusual is the detailed execution of the building on the left of the composition. The golf players and skaters who animate the scene are drawn with extraordinary sureness, an art in which continued Hendrick Avercamp. Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Koetser Gallery
    Richard Green
  • Reinier Nooms called Zeeman

    Reinier Nooms called Zeeman

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Koetser Gallery
  • Ary Jansz. van Nuys

    Ary Jansz. van Nuys

  • Jacob van Oost

    Jacob van Oost

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Colnaghi
    Didier Aaron & Cie
    French & Company, LLC
  • Salomon van Ruysdael

    Salomon van Ruysdael

  • Salomon van Ruysdael

    Salomon van Ruysdael

  • Jacob van Ruysdael

    Jacob van Ruysdael

  • Salomon van Ruysdael

    Salomon van Ruysdael

  • Hans Savery

    Hans Savery

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Koetser Gallery
  • Salomon Jacobsz van Ruysdael

    Salomon Jacobsz van Ruysdael

  • Adriaen van de Venne

    Adriaen van de Venne

  • Simon Jacobsz de Vlieger

    Simon Jacobsz de Vlieger

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
    Koetser Gallery
  • Sebastian Vrancx

    Sebastian Vrancx

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
    Koetser Gallery