Belgian Royal Chamber of Art dealers
10, place de la Halle, Baune, France
The Berger Gallery is located in the historic centre of Beaune, opposite the prestigious Hospices. With five generations of antique dealers specialized in 18th-century French decorative art, the gallery offers a permanent selection of furniture and works of art from the most significant Parisian workshops of that period.
Alex Van Den Bossche
Jan Vranckxstraat, 7, 3040 Neerijse
4, rue de la Paix, 75002 Paris
Impasse St Jacques, 17, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Tuesday to Friday, from 10 to 12.30 a.m. and 2 to 6 p.m. Saturday, 11 to 1 pm and 3 to 6 pm. Ambre Congo was founded in 1974. In 1981, a preview organised by Mr. Pierre Loos and three colleagues led to the foundation, in 1989, of BRUNEAF (the Brussels Non-European Art Fair) and its non-profit organisation. Pierre Loos is president of BRUNEAF. The BRUNEAF catalogue is published annually, along with ´L´Afrique disparue´ (Ed. Skira).
25 Quai Voltaire, 75007 Paris
The gallery was founded by Huguette Berès in 1952 and is now run by Anisabelle Berès-Montanari, her daughter. The third generation, represented by Florence Montanari, is already present. The twin focus of the gallery has been, from day one, on the Japanese graphic art and modern and contemporary art. Besides the Nabis artists (Vuillard, Bonnard, Denis, Roussel), the gallery displays artists from the early 20th century, including cubist artists like Picasso, Braque, Gleizes, Survage, Lipchitz and Herbin, abstract artists like Nicolas de Staël and Max Ernst and contemporary artists like Antoine Poncet and Pierre Lesieur. The Galerie Berès participates in prestigious art fairs around the world: the Paris Biennale, the European Fine Art Fair in Maastricht, the New York Salon Art & Design, and the Brussels Antiques & Fine Arts Fair.
Rue de Stassart, 100, Bruxelles, 1050, Belgium
The gallery specializes in Italian design from 1920 to 1980 as well as French, American and Belgian decorative arts of the 20th century.
Antiquair K. Grusenmeyer
Rue Lebeau, 14, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Monday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6.15 p.m. Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The gallery was founded in 1983 by Stefan Grusenmeyer, an art dealer in Ghent since 1960. His son Karim Grusenmeyer took over in 2000. The gallery is specialized in Asian, African and Oceanic art. Karim Grusenmeyer focuses mainly on Asian South-East, and Joacquin Pecci is responsible for Tribal art. In May 2003, Grusenmeyer´s published ´Spirals and Ancestors´.
Rue Watteeu, 21, 1000 Brussels
Kasteel van 's-Gravenwezel, St-Jobsteenweg, 64, s-Gravenwezel, 2970, Belgium
Axel Vervoordt acquired a reputation at the end of the sixties as ´connaisseur d´art´ in the Vlaeykensgang in Antwerp. In 1984, Axel Vervoordt and his wife May, moved to ´s-Gravenwezel castle , and made it their home, creating a harmonious balance between their art and antiques collection and the historic settings of the castle. The interior contains an eclectic combination of art and antiques from almost all parts of the world and from different styles and times. There is one constant: each antique object must be eternally contemporary, an inspiration for the future.
Berko Fine Paintings
Kustlaan 163, Knokke-Heist, West Flanders, B-8300, Belgium
Bertrand de Lavergne
17 rue des Saints-Pères, 75006 Paris
The Galerie Bertrand de Lavergne, based in the Louvre des Antiquaires since 1985 shows Chinese export porcelain, Chinese works of art and Japanese porcelain from the 16th to the 18th century. However, Bertrand de Lavergne takes special pride in the fact that it is one of the few French galleries to exhibit high-quality, Qing period, Chinese snuff bottles. The gallery attends BRAFA and to the Salon de Céramique Ancienne et des objets de collection and took part in the Salon du Collectionneur and the Biennale des Antiquaires. Bertrand de Lavergne is a member of the SNA and expert in the Chambre Nationale des Experts Spécialisés. He belongs to the International Snuff Bottle Society of Baltimore and to the Association Européenne des collectionneurs de Tabatières Chinoises of Paris.
Kustlaan, 197, 1300 Knokke, Belgium
Axel Vervoordt Kanaal, Stokerijstraat 19, Wijnegem, 2110, Belgium
In 1999 the Axel Vervoordt company opened ´Kanaal´, a large brick-and-mortar malt industrial complex from around 1870, on the banks of the Albert Canal, just outside the city of Antwerp. Today, the Axel Vervoordt company is headed by Axel´s son Boris. An uncompromising search for quality, beauty and harmony has always been at the heart of their activities. Rare archaeological objects, simple pieces of furniture of timeless design and abstract ZERO and Gutai paintings are brought together in an intriguing dialogue.
Rue Ernest Allard, 32, 1000 Bruxelles
The Bruno Couck gallery is specialized in exhibiting paintings and sculptures of the 19th and 20th centuries. One can find works by Belgian and French artists but also from other regions. The gallery regularly organizes exhibitions by contemporary sculptors.
Campo & Campo
Grote Steenweg, 19-21, Antwerpen - Berchem, 2600, Belgium
Place du Grand Sablon 31, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
Grand Sablon, 5, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
d'Arschot & Cie
Avenue Louise, 192, Bruxelles, 1050, Belgium
Impasse St Jacques, 7, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
De Backker Works of Art
Grote Plaats 31, Hoogstraten, 2323, Belgium
Rue de l'Abbaye 14, , 1050 Bruxelles, Belgium
My father was a curator and supplier to the Kinshasa museum, and I was immersed in African art almost from birth. For the past 15 years I have specialized in tribal art from Central Africa. My customers are Belgian and American collectors, as well as major institutions such as the Metropolitan Museum in New York.
Dirk D. Maeyaert
Koningin Elisabethaan, 20, Brugge, 8000, Belgium
Rue des Minimes, 35, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Epoque Fine Jewels
Voorstraat 12, Kortrijk, 8500, Belgium
Rue des Minimes 22 , 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
For over 35 years, Nelly Drees has shown a passionate interest in ancient art. For more than 20 years, she has offered her knowledge and advice to hundreds of collectors and art-lovers at her exhibitions. In her gallery at Rue des Minimes she works with her son Eric, to whom she has passed on her knowledge and experience. You will discover some valuable items from the Egyptian, Greek and Roman periods.
Rue J. Stevens, 35, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Francis Maere Fine Arts
Hotel Falligan premier étage Kouter, 172 , 9000 Gent, Belgium
Galerie Bernard de Grunne
Av. F. Roosevelt, 180, Bruxelles, 1050, Belgium
Rue des Chandeliers, 9, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Galerie Eloi Robin
Rue Soers de Hasque, 8-10, Liège, 4000, Belgium
Galerie Jean NELIS
Rue Coppen , 2, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Rue E. Allard, 23, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Galerie Patrick Lancz
Rue E. Allard, 27, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Galerie Stefan Campo
Vlaamse Kaai, 30, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium
Galerij Oscar De Vos
Latemstraat, 20, Sint-Martens-Latem, 9830, Belgium
Place de la Justice, 5, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium, Belgium
Gisele Croës Arts d'Extrême Orient
Avenue E. Duray, 44, Bruxelles, 1050, Belgium
Rue des Minimes, 17, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Harold t'Kint Fine Paintings
Rue E. Allard, 31, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Rue des Minimes, 24, 1000 Brussels
Rue Watteeu, 27, 1000 Brussels
Honourable Silver Objects
Leopoldstraat, 29, Antwerp, Belgium, 2000, Belgium
Rue Lebeau, 49, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Janssens van der Maelen
Rue E. Allard, 23, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Rue de la Régence, 21, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Rue Lebeau, 49, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Rue E. Allard, 20, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Place Saint-Jean 5,, 1000 Bruxelles
Rue Lebeau , 11, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
M & N Uzal
Rue de la RÃ©gence, 11, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Rue J. Stevens, 25, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Groene rei , 3, Brugge, 8000, Belgium
Marcel Nies Oriental Art
Lange Gasthuisstraat, 28, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium
Mathias Ary Jan
38 rue de Penthièvre, 75008 Paris, France
The Ary Jan Gallery is specialized in French and European painting from the end of the 19th and the beginning of 20th centuries, particularly the Orientalist school and the Belle Epoque. By a very rigorous choice of paintings, the gallery has been able to stand out as one of the best European galleries for this period. Around the turn of the century a number of new artistic movement
MDZ Art Gallery
Kustlaan 149, 8300 Knokke-Heist, Belgium
The gallery, which was founded in 2003 with a specialisation in the 1950s (with an emphasis on CoBrA art), evolved to a broader spectrum of international post-war art. With solo shows on Appel, Alechinsky, Beuys, Biasi, Christo, Corneille, Mack, Penck, Simeti, Uecker et al. and major group shows including CoBrA (1960-65) and the trilogy ´zwart/wit´ (Belgium abstract art), ´White´ (International art with an emphasis on Italian avant-garde art) and ´Black´ (a broad look at international art) et al., the gallery tries to give advice and support in the creation of substantial Belgian and international collections.
Komedieplaats, 4, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium
Rue Watteeu, 7, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
2 rue Général Mac Arthur, Bruxelles, 1180, Belgium
The gallery presents a selection of furniture and objects from the 20th century, with a tendency towards the modernist aesthetic and the French and Italian decorative arts.
Patrick & Ondine Mestdagh
Rue des Minimes, 31, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Patrick Derom Gallery
Rue aux Laines, 1, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium
Rob Camp Lex Antiqua
Beursstraat, 46, 3832 Wellen
Ronny Van De Velde
Cogels Osylei, 34, Berchem, 2600, Belgium
Tom & Tobias DESMET
Rue des Minimes, 39, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium
The gallery specialises in European sculpture dating from the classical era to the 19th century.
Arenbergstraat, 15, Antwerpen, 2000, Belgium
Rue des Minimes, 20, Bruxelles, 1000, Belgium