No visit to Amsterdam’s artistic quarter is complete without a visit to Kunstzalen A. Vecht. Who would want to miss this large collection of varying art? A collection including objects, sculptures and old glassworks from the period stretching from the Middle Ages to the 18th century. But it also houses modern paintings and sculptures from 1880 to 1940, including contemporary bronze and stone sculptures. Moreover, the collection is not limited to just Western art, oriental art and other items from China and India are also on display. Every single object is of high quality, and some even meet museum standards.
Taking one step inside this business is more than enough to realise all the beauty it holds inside, which can only be described as Art with a capital A. Tourist, art enthusiast or collector: seek and ye shall find.
Kunstzalen A. Vecht participates in a number of national and international art fairs, including TEFAF-Maastricht, PAN-Amsterdam, Artfair Den Bosch and Kunstmesse München.
Kunstzalen A. Vecht’s experience and expertise has accumulated over the span of three generations of the same family that started the business. This renowned family enterprise has been around since 1902.