Recent acquisitions 2016

The ABN AMRO art collection was established almost forty years ago, making it one of the oldest corporate collections in the Netherlands. The collection has always reflected developments in contemporary art, and its acquisition policy primarily focuses on Dutch artists as well as international artists with ties to the Netherlands. Furthermore, in building up a broad range of post-war art in the Netherlands, the collection has always paid special attention to young talent.


Evi Vingerling
Gouda 1979

Three paintings ‘untitled’, gouache and acrylic on canvas, in various sizes from 2015 and 2016
gouache and acrylic on canvas 
50 x 65 cm
photo: Gert Jan van Rooij

Marijn van Kreij
Middelrode 1978

Gunta Stölzl, Entwurf für einen Laufer,1923
gouache and pencil on paper 
205 x 152 cm
photo: Peter Cox


David Maljkovic
Rijeka, Kroatië 1973

inkjetprint on canvas, laser drawing and handmade drawing on perspex 
150 x 100 cm


Chaim van Luit
Heerlen 1985

Lost Valley 1 
inkjet print on photo rag paper, etched glass  
photo: Otto Polman


Sarah van Sonsbeek
Utrecht 1976

One bar of gold, dripped #1
50 x 50 x 0,4 cm
photo: Otto Polman


Persijn Broersen
Delft 1974

Establishing Eden
full HD film
runtime: 10 minutes


Saskia Noor van Imhoff
Mission, British Columbia, Canada 1982

#+ 24.03
c-print on aluminium, walnut frame, perspex, stone 
c-print: 59,4 x 42 cm, perspex: 135 x 50 cm


Peggy Franck 
Zevenaar 1978

Of naked ground III (p) 
228 x 160 cm


Evelyn Taocheng Wang
Chengdu, China 1981

Pummelos become yellow and thick, they become sweet and succulent
watercolour, acrylic, ink and pencil on rice paper 
156 x 114 cm
photo: Gert Jan van Rooij


Thomas Raat
Leiderdorp 1979

Architypes and Residues; back 
leatherette, oil on canvas, monochrome behind glass painting 
233 x 157 cm

For more information on recent acquisitions, see publications:
ABN AMRO Collectie - All Paintings Are Uneven​ (PDF 83 MB)
ABN AMRO Collectie - Another Day​ (PDF 1 MB)