50 Years in the Netherlands: Highlights of Dutch Art
Exhibition: 27 May–30 June 2024 • Amsterdam

S otheby’s Amsterdam traces its origins to 1 July 1974, when it assumed the esteemed legacy of Mak van Waay. Housed in the historic building at Rokin 102, Sotheby’s quickly became a cornerstone of the Dutch art scene. Since its opening, Sotheby's Amsterdam has held many successful and historical sales. Now, 50 years later, Sotheby’s Amsterdam remains a valuable resource for its national and international clientele. We will celebrate our anniversary through a selling exhibition spanning 500 years of Dutch art, taking place in May and June 2024 in our Amsterdam premises.



Location:
Emmalaan 23, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Hours:
Monday–Friday | 9:00 AM–1:00 PM & 2:00 PM–5:00 PM

Contact:

Sarah de Clercq
Managing Director, Senior Specialist
Paintings 1800-1930
sarah.declercq@sothebys.com
+31 (0)205 502 205

Baukje Coenen
Senior Director, Senior International Specialist
Old Master Paintings
baukje.coenen@sothebys.com
+31 (0)205 502 203

Dirk Eijkemans
Associate Specialist
19th & 20th Century Art
dirk.eijkemans@sothebys.com
+31 (0)205 502 201


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