dealer in The Hague, The Netherlands

dealer in The Hague, The Netherlands
A blog to celebrate 30 years of buying and selling art, applied art, antiques, art nouveau, art deco, design, vintage and collectables


Exhibitions with objects from the Delta 98 Den Haag collection

looking through our archived documents and a case with old printed photographs, we came across pictures and documents of several exhibitions
with items originating from our collection.

Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam
- Frank Lloyd Wright meets Berlage - 1999:

a childs chair attributed to Gerrit Rietveld (1888-1964) Verloop meubels, circa 1915-1917, 
a Dutch art deco, Haagse School / De Stijl hanging lamp
from the house of the Dutch artist Jan Th, Giesen (1900-1982),
3 chairs designed by Hendrik Wouda (1893-1949) for Villa Sevensteijn, The Hague

 Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam
- Ons Brons, van Boeddha tot Rodin - 1998:

Meneer Jacques,
 4 different small bronze statues by
Ludwig Oswald Wenckebach (1895-1962)

in bruikleen bij het Gemeentemuseum Den Haag
uit particulier bezit
in loan by the municipal museum The Hague
in loan from a private collection:

a Dutch art nouveau, ladies desk with chair designed circa 1904 by 
Johan Thorn Prikker (1868-1932)
executed by Binnenhuis Die Haghe, The Hague

- Ruiter - a metal statue of a horseman, 1969
By Aart van den IJssel (Dutch, 1922-1983)
on display at the 2003 exhibition De Nieuwe Haagse School,
Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

CODA Museum Apeldoorn
- Indisch DNA - 2014/2015:

2 wooden dolls by Thea Gerard (1938-1987)
5 ceramic figures by Etie van Rees (1890-1973)
a bronze statue of a Javanese dancer by  Carl Wirtz (1884-1944)

Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
- Wonen in de Amsterdamse School - 2016:

wrought iron lamp, Amsterdam School designed by
Pieter Lodewijk Kramer (1881-1961)
for the department Oosterse Tapijtenafdeling of the store De Bijenkorf Den Haag, The Hague

7 small books with Dutch art deco design
designed by Fre Cohen (Dutch, 1903-1943)

Dutch art deco clock

a lamp base, sold without the shade

two side tables, attributed to Adriaan Frederik van de Weij (1885-1969)
a lamp base designed by Hendrik Albertus an den Eijnde (1869-1939), sold without the shade