Additional artworks will be shown on 27/01/2021 !

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Studio 2000 Art Gallery

Studio 2000 Art Gallery is one of the leading galleries located in Blaricum, founded in 1985 by Howard Myers. The gallery specializes in the works of Jan Toorop and contemporaries and built a pre-eminent position in the world of modern Dutch and Belgian paintings from the early 20th century. During the years Studio 2000 has a close relationship built with maintained collectors and art museums around the world. Among the highlights of the BRAFA 2023 collection, the gallery presents an important drawing by Jan Toorop from Katwijk 1891 (illustration). In this drawing are the influences of symbolism visible. This very rare drawing is directly from a private collection. Studio 2000 will also present the following artworks: Kees van Dongen, Raoul Dufy, Leo Gestel, Isaac Israels, Moise Kisling, Henri Lebasque, Kees Maks, Jacob Maris, Emile Menard, Piet Mondriaan, Willem Paerels, Périclès Pantazis, Diego Rivera, Albert Roelofs, Théo van Rysselberge, Walter Sauer, Jan Sluijters, Gustave de Smet, Leon de Smet, Sir Lawrence Alma Tadema, Jan Toorop, Carel Willink, Henri Victor Wolvens.

Highlights BRAFA 2023 - Studio 2000 Art Gallery



Dorpsstraat 9 B - C

NL-1261 ES Blaricum

t. +31 (0)35 640 94 32 | m. +31 (0)6 24 23 87 19

blaricum@studio2000.nl | www.studio2000.nl


Studio 2000 Art Gallery is one of the leading galleries dealing in early 20th century Dutch and Belgian paintings. The gallery focuses on modernist innovators, often unique in the art scene, and internationally renowned artists such as Jan Toorop and Theo Van Rijsselberghe. The gallery's reputation was built on its organisation of exhibitions with an art-historical focus, and its close working relationship with the most important Dutch museums.

Founded : 1985


19th and 20th century paintings and drawings


V.N.K. Vereniging voor Nederlandse Kunsthistorici, C.I.N.O.A. Confédération Internationale des Négociants en Oeuvres d'Art, V.H.O.K. Vereeniging van Handelaren in Oude Kunst in Nederland


Art Breda, PAN Amsterdam