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Bob Scholte Fine Art, Kunsthandel Haarlem

About Bob Scholte Fine Art

Bob Scholte Fine Art is founded on a lifelong passion for art, originating from my childhood memories of attending auctions and antique markets. With an academic background in history (BA) and art history (BA, MA), I specialize in artworks from the period 1850-1950. My particular interests include Dutch Symbolists, Impressionists, Orientalists, important works by petit maîtres, talented women artists, and 17th-century paintings from the Low Countries. I have a particular specialization in the paintings of Jan Mankes.

Services offered

I offer a wide range of services, including expanding art collections, providing guidance in de-accessioning, and mediating negotiations. Additionally, I conduct art historical research on paintings and drawings. Read what I can do for you here.

Tableau Fine Arts Magazine: "Art Hunt"

As the columnist for Tableau Fine Arts Magazine's regular feature "Art Hunt," I take readers into the life of an art dealer. This includes uncovering forgotten art historical gems, attributing paintings to old masters, and rediscovering the provenance of a work of art. One such find is the oil painting Femme assise (1929) by the French cubist painter and theorist André Lhote. This discovery has garnered widespread attention in Dutch media, including De Volkskrant, radio, and the talk show Eva Jinek. Since then, many more artworks have been added to this list.

" There is nothing quite as fulfilling as delving into the history of an artwork, uncovering the layers of meaning and context that contribute to its unique narrative "


If you have any inquiries, please feel free to get in touch.

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