Uitnodiging Haagse Salon Lente Expo 2018_buitenzijde

The Hague salon spring exhibition 2018

Uitnodiging Haagse Salon Lente Expo 2018_buitenzijde

Exhibition:
Saturday 26 May from 12 noon – 7 pm
   Sunday 27 May from 12 noon – 6 pm

  • Jan de Bruijn conservator Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

    Jan de Bruijn conservator Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

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    Art Nouveau in the Netherlands

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    Art Nouveau in the Netherlands

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    Art Nouveau in the Netherlands

  • Rozenburg Den Haag vaas eierschaalporselein 1903 lente expo 2018

    Rozenburg Den Haag vaas eierschaalporselein 1903 lente expo 2018

  • Art Nouveau in The Netherlands Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

    Art Nouveau in The Netherlands Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

  • St Lukas Utrecht circa 1910 decor witte vogels met waterplanten

    St Lukas Utrecht circa 1910 decor witte vogels met waterplanten

  • Theo Nieuwenhuis circa 1910 messing klok met hanen en nachtvlinders

    Theo Nieuwenhuis circa 1910 messing klok met hanen en nachtvlinders

  • Rozenburg Den Haag eierschaalporselein 1899-1914

    Rozenburg Den Haag eierschaalporselein 1899-1914

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‘Art Nouveau in the Netherlands – Art Nouveau in The Hague’

We cordially invite you to our spring exhibition in the The Hague salon!

On April 21st, the The Hague Gemeentemuseum started the exhibition ‘Art Nouveau in the Netherlands’. Not only have we sold an inkwell by Theo Nieuwenhuis to the Gemeentemuseum to include in this exhibition, we’ve  also given several artworks to the museum on loan. Among these artworks are several vases with luster glazes and fish decorations from Amphora Holland, Haga Purmerend and St. Lukas Utrecht, manufactured around 1910. These vases are on display at the Gemeentemuseum and are (still) for sale in our gallery!

During the spring exposition, Jan de Bruijn, Applied Arts curator at the Gemeentemuseum, will be giving a lecture about the exhibition at the museum.

At our spring exhibition, we’ll once again display showpieces from the European Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods between 1880 and 1940, among which various unique posters, sculptures, glass art by Daum Nancy and Copier, furniture by Lion Cachet, Dijsselhof and Nieuwenhuis, earthenware vases by Theodoor Colenbrander and porcelain by Rozenburg The Hague.

We warmly invite you to visit us and enjoy a bite to eat and a drink!

Rachel Reijers, Jaap Nieuwenhuizen Segaar, Rob van Vulpen and Marc Knook


Jurriaan Kok (1861-1919) uitvoering Plateelbakkerij Rozenburg, Den Haag Sam Schellink (1876-1947) (decor) Mokkakan, 1902 Beschilderd eierschaalporselein Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

Exhibition Gemeentemuseum Den Haag: Art Nouveau in The Netherlands!

  • Jurriaan Kok (1861-1919) uitvoering Plateelbakkerij Rozenburg, Den Haag Sam Schellink (1876-1947) (decor) Mokkakan, 1902 Beschilderd eierschaalporselein Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

    Jurriaan Kok (1861-1919) uitvoering Plateelbakkerij Rozenburg, Den Haag Sam Schellink...

  • Art Nouveau in Nederland Gemeentemuseum Den Haag
  • Carel Wirtz (1884-1944) uitvoering Atelier Hubert Fermin, Den Haag Drieslags kamerscherm Bloemenkoningin, 1902 teakhout, geborduurde zijde Gemeentemuseum Den Haag
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  • Theo Nieuwenhuis inktstel 1903 Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

    Theo Nieuwenhuisinktstel 1903 Gemeentemuseum Den Haag

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  • Jan Willem Mijnlieff (1862-1937) uitvoering Fayence- en Tegelfabriek Holland, Utrecht Wandbord, ca. 1900 geglazuurd, beschilderd aardewerk Gemeentemuseum Den Haag
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Exhibition Gemeentemuseum Den Haag: Art Nouveau in The Netherlands, 21 April – 28 October 2018

A new art for a new, improved society. That is what many artists and designers were striving for around 1900. After a century of styles that quoted the past, a new form language emerged, based on asymmetry, curved lines and organic motifs. The Netherlands played its own unique role in this artistic quest. Although Art Nouveau fizzed with a desire to innovate and with idealism, in this country it was also a search for the authentic. In this interdisciplinary exhibition, the Gemeentemuseum will showcase fin de siècle decorative arts in a broad context, making the dynamics of the age (1884-1914) visible, tangible and recognisable in this age where authenticity and craftsmanship are once more highly prized.

The art world’s urge to innovate around 1900 coincided with major changes in Dutch society. For the first time the urban population was growing faster than the rural population. New means of communication fostered internationalisation. The first cautious steps towards wider suffrage prompted the rise of equal rights movements. And industrialisation and growing prosperity made luxury and entertainment accessible to broader swathes of the population. In the art world, particularly among designers and decorative artists, these changes led to counterreactions, including a rediscovery of nature, the countryside and the traditional.

As in neighbouring countries, the new industrial society was held responsible for the ‘decline of the arts’ in the Netherlands, too. ‘We are children of the age of the steam engine, the telegraph and electricity. We have turned our backs on the beautiful, and that is why we no longer understand it,’ decorative artist Johannes Ros lamented.

However, there were differences between the Netherlands and neighbouring Belgium and Germany. In those countries, a new expressive form language was developed to appeal above all to an emerging zest for life in a world that was gathering momentum, whereas Art Nouveau in the Netherlands was a quest for the ‘genuine’, the original and the authentic. The re-evaluation of tradition and skill, the reform of art education, the appreciation of the perfection and pristine quality of nature, and the fascination with exotic, ‘unspoilt’ cultures; here, the urge for innovation and idealism went hand in hand with a search for authenticity.

Beauty as a basic necessity

Many designers, decorative artists and art critics rejected the flamboyant form language of our neighbours. The ‘new art’, they believed, should be consistent with the national character, and the wild, swirling lines were not felt to be suited to the sober disposition of the Dutch. Strongly worded pleas, employing phrases such as the ‘neither-one-thing-nor-another voluptuousness’ of the Belgians, or the ‘dress-up art’ of the Germans, dismissed the decorative art of neighbouring countries as something that Dutch artists should take pains to avoid. Yet many designers and artists were not immune to international trends in design. Look closely, and you will see that those decorative swirls left their mark in the Netherlands, too, particularly in The Hague. And not only in architecture, but in the decorative arts too.

No matter how fiercely decorative artists and art critics might criticise each other in a theoretical sense, in practice many tastes co-existed and elements from different movements were combined. As a result, Dutch Art Nouveau took on many forms. What all artists shared was the conviction that good design was vital for a better society: to them, beauty was a basic necessity.

Interdisciplinary

After the success of Art Deco – Paris, which explored the work of French couturier Paul Poiret in a broad context, the spotlight is now on the period prior to Art Deco. Art Nouveau in the Netherlands will focus on the period between 1884 and 1914, zooming in on developments in this country. Featuring more than 350 items, including posters and book covers by Jan Toorop, screens by Jacob van den Bosch, calendars by Anna Sipkema, delicate nature studies by Theo Nieuwenhuis, metalwork by Jan Eisenloeffel, furniture by Johan Thorn Prikker and complete interiors by Karel de Bazel and Hendrik Petrus Berlage, the exhibition will present a lavish picture of the period. The approach will be interdisciplinary, exploring the movement on the basis of general themes like ‘Back to Nature’ and ‘Dreaming of the Orient’.

Besides emphasising the melding of different art forms, the exhibition will also look at individual designers, including a number of hitherto unknown artists (some of them female). Furthermore, it will focus on specific motifs and details, on the influence of design education and the connection with The Hague, an important centre of Art Nouveau in the Netherlands.

Long tradition

The Gemeentemuseum has a long tradition of collecting and presenting decorative arts from around 1900. In 1931 the museum acquired the renowned interior that decorative artist Gerrit Willem Dijsselhof designed between 1895 and 1900 for dermatologist Willem van Hoorn. Architect Berlage incorporated the room into his design for the museum, and it has been a permanent part of its display since the building opened in 1935. The first major retrospective of Art Nouveau staged in the Netherlands, Art Nouveau around 1900. Dutch Decorative Arts and Architecture 1885 to 1910 (1960), took place at the Gemeentemuseum.

A catalogue in Dutch and English will be published by WBooks to coincide with the exhibition, featuring articles by curators Jan de Bruijn, Frouke van Dijke and Madelief Hohé of the Gemeentemuseum (€24.95).


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The Hague salon winter exhibition 2018 !

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Exhibition:
Saturday 10 Februari from 12 noon – 7 pm
Sunday    11 Februari from 12 noon – 6 pm

Laan van Meerdervoort 41, The Hague

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Exhibitors:

  • Juan Balcera 1935

    Juan Balcera 1935

  • Theo Nieuwenhuis circa 1912

    Theo Nieuwenhuis circa 1912

  • Theo Nieuwenhuis 1900

    Theo Nieuwenhuis 1900

  • Rozenburg Den Haag 1895

    Rozenburg Den Haag 1895

  • Rozenburg Den Haag 1909

    Rozenburg Den Haag 1909

  • Rozenburg Den Haag 1897

    Rozenburg Den Haag 1897

  • Henri Rivière 1900

    Henri Rivière 1900

  • St.Lukas Utrecht circa 1910

    St.Lukas Utrecht circa 1910

  • Rozenburg Amphora 1914

    Rozenburg/Amphora 1914

  • Daum Nancy 1900-1905

    Daum Nancy 1900-1905

  • St.Lukas Utrecht circa 1910

    St.Lukas Utrecht circa 1910

  • Daum Nancy 1920-1925

    Daum Nancy 1920-1925

  • Arnhemsche Fayence circa 1910

    Arnhemsche Fayence circa 1910

  • Bonnard 1899

    Bonnard 1899

  • Barbedienne 1890-1895

    Barbedienne 1890-1895

  • Léon 1931

    Léon 1931

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‘For sale at the salon, for show at the museum’

We’d hereby like to invite you to our winter exhibition in the Hague salon!

To celebrate not just our tenth edition, but also our 3rd anniversary, the winter edition of our salon will be a special one, in which we display and sell artworks of which virtually identical copies can be found in museum collections. We have vintage posters by Toulouse-Lautrec and Bonnard which are also on display in the Van Gogh Museum. Objects from the Rozenburg eggshell collection that can also be viewed in The Princessehof Ceramics Museum and the Rijksmuseum. The Rijksmuseum also has several pieces of furniture by Theo Nieuwenhuis. At the winter salon, you will be able to see several rare Nieuwenhuis pieces: amongst others a unique card table, a large desk lamp and two copper pendulums.

We also present an overview of works that have been sold or borrowed to museums, like several items on loan to the The Hague Gemeentemuseum for their new exhibition ‘Art Nouveau in The Netherlands’, which will start in April 2018. We will be happy to tell you more about this great exhibition at the salon!

We warmly welcome you to visit us and enjoy a bite to eat and a drink!

Rachel Reijers, Jaap Nieuwenhuizen Segaar, Rob van Vulpen and Marc Knook


the Hague salon autumn exhibition 2017!

Exhibition:
Saturday 7 October from 12 noon – 7 pm
Sunday 8 October from 12 noon – 6 pm

 

  • Jan Eisenloeffel plaquette emaille op koper 1913 (Large)

    Jan Eisenloeffel 1913

  • Gerrit Willem Dijsselhof-Van Wisselingh circa 1905 HR (Large)

    Gerrit Willem Dijsselhof-Van Wisselingh circa 1905

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    Lion Cachet circa 1905

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    Hans Rudi Erdt, 1910

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    Andries Copier Unica 1930

  • 3 vazen Rozenburg Den Haag eierschaal porselein 1900-1914 (Large)

    Rozenburg Den Haag eggshell porcelain 1900-1914

  • Altorf dromedaris pic2

    J.C. Altorf, 1913

  • Rozenburg Van Rossum 1900 pic2

    Rozenburg Den Haag Van Rossum 1900

  • JC Altorf uil buxushout circa 1910 (Large)

    JC Altorf circa 1910

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    Edward Penfield, 1896

  • Jaap-011 (Large)

    K.P.C. de Bazel circa 1895

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    René Lalique, 1932-1934

  • Schoonhoven aardewerk vaas Naardermeer circa 1920-25

    Schoonhoven “Naardermeer” circa 1920-25

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    René Lalique, 1923-1924

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  • De Distel Bert Nienhuis circa 1903

    De Distel Bert Nienhuis circa 1903

  • Jan & Joel Martel-lapin (Large)

    Jan & Joel Martel, 1928-1932

  • Amalric Walter 1920-22

    Amalric Walter 1920-22

  • Lambertus Zijl bizon paar brons 1914

    Lambertus Zijl 1914

  • a pair Distel Theo Nieuwenhuis curduus vases with butterflies and magnolia circa 1914

    De Distel Theo Nieuwenhuis 1914-1915 circa

“All Animals at the Hague salon”: the longing for exotics and animal symbolism in art

We kindly invite you to our autumn exhibition at the Laan van Meerdervoort 41, The Hague. Various animals will be put on display, created in the Art Nouveau and Art Deco era between 1880 and 1940. The exhibition features bronze and wooden sculptures from J.C. Altorf, George Graff Lambertus Zijl and other artists, also creatures on ceramics by Bert Nienhuis and Theo Nieuwenhuis for example, and of course birds on the famous eggshell porcelain of Rozenburg, The Hague. Likewise, on Daum Nancy’s glass artwork and Lion Cachet’s furniture animals are often featured as ornamentation.

The menageries and their exotic inhabitants once served as status symbols and as a source of private entertainment, but as the 19th century drew to an end, they were opened to the public and The zoo was born. The unfamiliar animals and oddly feathered fowl captured the imagination of the visitors and inspired many Art Nouveau and Art Deco artists, expanding their horizons to faraway, exotic places. Additionally, human traits were attributed to animals, like the ‘vain peacock’ and the ‘melancholic monkey’.

Guest participant Gallery Stylo will display many extraordinary vintage posters and graphic art, depicting animals!

We warmly welcome you with drinks & snacks, to take a look at our ‘menagerie’!

Rachel Reijers, Jaap Nieuwenhuizen Segaar, Rob van Vulpen en Marc Knook

 

Rachel Reijers: Antes Art 1900
Jaap Nieuwenhuizen Segaar: Kunsthandel G.J. Nieuwenhuizen Segaar
Rob van Vulpen: Galerie Stylo
Marc Knook: Proportio Divina Gallery


Preview the Hague salon summer exhibition 2017!

Preview the Hague salon summer exhibition, June 24-25, 2017:

  • Altorf dromedaris pic2

    J.C. Altorf, 1913

  • Rozenburg Theodoor Colenbrander 1887 garniture

    Rozenburg Theodoor Colenbrander 1887

  • Ram Arnhem Theodoor Colenbrander 1925 garniture HRpic2 (Large)

    Ram Arnhem Theodoor Colenbrander 1925

  • Lambertus Zijl bison brons 1914

    Lambertus Zijl, bison, 1914

  • Altorf uil circa 1910

    J.C. Altorf, circa 1910

  • De Distel Bert Nienhuis circa 1903

    De Distel Bert Nienhuis circa 1903

  • Rozenburg Den Haag Schellink 1907 cup and saucer thistles

    Rozenburg Den Haag Schellink 1907

  • stoel setje (Medium)

    Josef Hoffmann, 1907

  • Haga Purmerend August Falise circa 1906

    Haga Purmerend August Falise circa 1906

  • Charley Toorop stilleven met groene vaas circa 1914

    Charley Toorop-stilleven met groene vaas-circa 1914

  • Else Berg stilleven met bloemen circa 1916.

    Else Berg-stilleven met bloemen-circa 1916

  • Wim Schuhmacher stilleven met blauwe vaas circa 1914

    Wim Schuhmacher-stilleven met blauwe vaas-circa 1914

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    Lion Cachet, 1915

  • Rozenburg Schellink 1908 b

    Rozenburg Den Haag, Sam Schellink, 1908

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    Jan Eisenloeffel, circa 1903

  • a pair Distel Theo Nieuwenhuis curduus vases with butterflies and magnolia circa 1914

    De Distel Theo Nieuwenhuis 1914-1915 circa

  • Theo Nieuwenhuis inktstel 1903

    Theo Nieuwenhuis, 1903

  • Gerrit Willem Dijsselhof-Van Wisselingh circa 1905

    Gerrit Willem Dijsselhof-Van Wisselingh circa 1905

  • Jan Eisenloeffel 1913

    Jan Eisenloeffel 1913


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the Hague salon summer exhibition 2017 !

Art Nouveau & Art Deco at the Hague salon summer exhibition

We kindly invite you to our summer exhibition at our gallery in

The Hague, Laan van Meerdervoort 41

The exhibition will feature a combination of important European Art Nouveau & Art Deco furniture, glass, metalwork pieces, paintings, sculptures, ceramics and porcelain.

We will also have several exceptional and rare objects on display and for sale from private collections, for example a 1913 bronze dromedary by J.C. Altorf (The Hague, 1876-1955) and a Rozenburg Theodoor Colenbrander 1887 five piece garniture!

You’re most welcome!

Jaap Nieuwenhuizen Segaar and Marc Knook

Exhibition:

Saturday 24 June from 12 noon – 7 pm

Sunday    25 June from 12 noon – 6 pm

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  • JC Altorf dromedaris 1913 brons 34 cm
  • Rozenburg Theodoor Colenbrander 1887 garniture

    Rozenburg Theodoor Colenbrander 1887

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    Lion Cachet, 1915

  • Rozenburg Schellink 1908 b

    Rozenburg Den Haag, Sam Schellink, 1908

  • IMG_0071 (2) (Medium)

    Jan Eisenloeffel, circa 1903

  • Rozenburg Den Haag Schellink 1907 cup and saucer thistles

    Rozenburg Den Haag Schellink 1907

  • stoel setje (Medium)

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the Hague salon spring exhibition 2017 !

  • Georges Bottini, La Femme aux iris
  • Aap door Georg Graff 1921
  • Rozenburg Den Haag eierschaal porselein 1903
  • Amalric Walter 1920-22

    Amalric Walter 1920-22

  • Schoonhoven aardewerk vaas Naardermeer circa 1920-25

    Schoonhoven “Naardermeer” circa 1920-25

  • stoeltje Dijsselhof notenhout circa 1900
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  • Rozenburg Schellink earthenware vases with parakeets 1906 pic5 (Large)
  • vilmos huszar schilderij heide in een koperen vaas 1910
  • Argy Rousseau pate de verre pendant 1923 (Large)
  • Theo Nieuwenhuis inktstel 1903

    Theo Nieuwenhuis, 1903

  • Royal Copenhagen Porcelain inkwell 1896 (Large)

Art Nouveau & Art Deco at the Hague salon spring exhibition

We kindly invite you to our spring exhibition at our gallery in The Hague,

Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 March, 2017

The exhibition will feature a combination of important European Art Nouveau & Art Deco furniture, glass, metalwork pieces, paintings, sculptures, ceramics and porcelain.

And our special guest Rob van Vulpen from the Galerie Stylo will also show rare vintage posters!

You’re most welcome!

Jaap Nieuwenhuizen Segaar, Rachel Reijers, Marc Knook

Exhibition:

Saturday 25 March from 12 noon – 7 pm

Sunday    26 March from 12 noon – 6 pm

About Galerie Stylo:

Galerie Stylo is the only gallery in the Netherlands almost entirely dedicated to original vintage posters. The collection contains works by the leading graphic artists: Alphonse Mucha, Ludwig Hohlwein, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Leonetto Cappiello, Kees van Dongen to name just a few. Next to the posters there are many books and periodicals (Das Plakat, Arts et Metiers Graphiques) as well as prints; www.galeriestylo.nl

see also: everything-you-wanted-to-know-about-posters-and-prints-galerie-stylo



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