EXHIBITION AT SLOT ZEIST
24-27 JUNE 2021
For the first time Paul Ruitenbeek Chinese Art will hold an exhibition and sale in the beautiful and picturesque Slot Zeist. In the 'Blauwe Zaal' recent acquisitions will be presented including early Chinese ceramics, Blanc de Chine, works of art and snuff bottles.
Together with eleven other exhibitors we will create a varied display of modern art, antiques, jewellery, Art Nouveau, Art Deco and paintings. More information and a selection of high-lights can be found on www.kunstenantiekevenement.nl.
In order to create a safe environment, this event is by invitation only. If you wish to receive invitations, please send an email to .
OPENING EXHIBITION 2021
HERENGRACHT 390, AMSTERDAM
Paul Ruitenbeek Chinese Art is pleased to announce the opening of the new office and gallery space in the city centre of Amsterdam. Situated on the second floor of a 17th-century canal house, the gallery provides a view over the hidden gardens between the Herengracht and Keizersgracht.
In celebration of the opening, anyone who is interested in Chinese art is invited to view a selection of recent acquisitions, which are currently on display. Objects include Song-dynasty ceramics, Chinese lacquer, jade, scholar's objects from the Ming and Qing dynasties, Blanc de Chine, snuff bottles and Chinese porcelain.
We look forward to welcoming you!
PAN AMSTERDAM 2021
RAI CONVENTION CENTER, STAND 48
14-21 NOVEMBER 2021
Whether your interest lies in classical antiquity, old masters, photography, contemporary art, antiques, designer furniture or decorative objects, PAN is the perfect place to compare art, gather information and make surprising discoveries.
Each object is vetted by independent experts for quality, authenticity and condition before the fair opens, giving you the assurance that you can buy with confidence.
Paul Ruitenbeek Chinese Art has been a participant since 2019. This year again, more than one hundred Chinese art objects will be exhibited stand 48, including early ceramics and works of art, Ming and Qing dynasty porcelain, scholar's objects and snuff bottles.
For more information about the fair, please visit www.pan.nl.