AAG Art & Antiques Group

AAG is based in Amsterdam, at the heart of the Netherlands’ art and antiques business. the focal point for the international art trade and leading international auction houses. AAG's offices are open daily for information and valuations.

AAG deals in high-quality art, antiques, wines and collectables. Lots are organised according to type and price class, ensuring that each will be seen by as many potential buyers as possible. Moreover, each object consigned for sale is given maximum exposure in the catalogue.

Auctions are held twice a year in the categories Old Master Paintings, 19th and early 20th century paintings, Modern and Contemporary Art, Furniture, and Miscellaneous (ceramics, glass, silver, jewellery, etc.). AAG also hosts regular sales of fine wines.
Whenever possible, specialist auctions devoted to a particular theme, event or an important collection are held. Several sales of Indonesian and Indo-European art and crafts are held in Jakarta and/or Singapore each year.

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A combined lot blue and white Chinese porcelain
A combined lot blue and white Chinese porcelain\n18th/19th century\nComprising: a diabolo-shaped salt, a tea caddy, a pair of lidded tureens and a pair of plates.\nH. 5.5 - 10.2 cm and Diam. 15.2 - 18.3 cm\n(6x) AAG Art & Antiques Group
Hermanus Koekkoek I
Hermanus Koekkoek I\n(Middelburg 1815 - Haarlem 1882)\nShips on choppy internal waters\nSigned on the landing point l.l.\nOil on panel, 22 x 29.5 cm AAG Art & Antiques Group
After Rembrandt
After Rembrandt\n(Leiden 1606-1607 - Amsterdam 1669)\nThe baptism of the chamberlain\nOil on panel, 64.5 x 84.1 cm\nN.B.:\n'The baptism of the chamberlain' is a painting by Rembrandt van Rijn, now in the Museum Catharijneconvent in Utrecht. Depicted is the baptism of a chamberlain by the apostle Filippus, as told in the Acts of the Apostles. According to this story the chamberlain was part of the retinue of a high-placed person from Africa, who was travelling to Jeruzalem to pray there. When Filippus heard him read Jesaja, he asked him if he understood the meaning. The dignitary lamented he was never taught, and so Filippus sat beside him on his carriage and started to tutor him. By coincidence the African man was just reading Jesaja's prophecy of the Messiah and when the chamberlain asked Filippus whom Jesaja was refering to, he started to tell him about Jezus. After Filippus had spoken, the chamberlain was so convinced that Jezus was the actual Messiah, he asked his master to stop the carriage by a water to be baptised by Filippus. The painting by Rembrandt was inspired by a painting by Pieter Lastman with the same subject, now in the collection of the Staatliche Kunsthalle museum in Karlsruhe. In his version of 'The baptism of the chamberlain' Rembrandt changed the dimensions, excluded the excess details, such as the rock formation and the parasol, and combined the figures into a compact composition. AAG Art & Antiques Group
A cloisonne silver 'kovhs'
A cloisonne silver 'kovhs'\nRussia, 1908 -1917\nOval, boat-shaped on constricted, circular foot. One side with leaf-shaped handle with cablecord rim. Inlaid with lapis lazuli.\n84 kokoshnik, approx. weight 155 grams.\nH. 7.2 cm / L. 16.2 cm AAG Art & Antiques Group
Karel Appel
Karel Appel\n(Amsterdam 1921 - Zurich 2006)\nLes deux\nSigned and dated 59 l.r.\nCrayon and Indian ink on paper, 50.1 x 65.1 cm\nProvenance:\n- Auction Sotheby's, Amsterdam, 13 December 1999, lot 228\n- Jaski Art Gallery, Amsterdam\n- Private collection, The Netherlands AAG Art & Antiques Group
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Amsterdam
Lekstraat 63
1079 EM
Tel. +31-20-3012950
Fax +31-20-3012960
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Rue du Rhône 59-I
CH-1204
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Jl. Erlangga IV/16
Kebayoran Baru, 12110
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