Wishing you a warm Christmas and inspiring New Year!
And welcoming you at the gallery during normal opening hours,

the gallery will be exceptionally closed on Saturday the 7th of January in the morning. Open from 14h.

We show important works by Armand Guillaumin, Henry Manguin, George Minne, Jan Frans De Boever, Gust De Smet, Albert Baertsoen, Louis Thevenet, Jan Burssens and many more...

We also present a unique art deco ensemble by De Coene Freres of Kortrijk (Belgium). Made to order in 1937, in modernist style. The furnishing comprised of a presidential desk with two arm chairs, an extendable table with 12 chairs, 8 armchairs, a sideboard, two table lamps in alabaster on stand, an extendable coffee table and two wall consoles. This unique and well documented ensemble remained in its art deco surroundings until today.

We suggest a visit to the gallery, which is filled to the brim with new arrivals , or check out our facebook page, or watch the new additions to the site, or contact us directly.

On view (amongst others) the St-John's selection of paintings, sculptures and objects

Emile Claus, Ferdinand Willaert, Anna de Weert, Prosper Bosteels, Jules Boulez, Cecile Cauterman, Romain Steppe, Maurice Sijs, Albert Saverys, Jan Frans De Boever, Felicien Rops, Akseli Gallen-Kallela, Maurice Soudan, Auguste Leveque, Arthur Craco, Panamarenko, Werner Graeff, Michel Seuphor, Kris van de Giessen, Maurice De Clercq, Jean Rets, Kees Van Bohemen, Jozef Mees, Jurgen Schneider, Jan Anteunis, Domien Ingels, Gustave Van den Meersche, Henri Thiery, Amedeo Gennarelli, Barye and many more!

Art Nouveau and Art Deco by Jean Dunand, Wolfers Freres, Delheid Freres, Puiforcat, Tetard, Rene Lalique, a lamp by Moran and Hastings (Chicago), modern glass by Orrefors, Kosta Boda, Stromberg, Murano (Barbini, Dino Martens), art deco furniture ...

Meanwhile we are adding items to our inventory every day (!), so check our https://www.facebook.com/galeriestjohn for more information on other objects for sale or new arrivals. 

For past exhibitions see: