Director: Onno van Seggelen

Schepenstraat 97B
3039ND Rotterdam

Phone: +31 6 411 78 742
E-mail: info@onnovanseggelen.com


Onno van Seggelen

Based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Onno van Seggelen Fine Arts specializes in Master Drawings dating from the 16th to early 20th century with a main focus on Dutch Old Masters and Symbolist Art. In continuous search for the uncommon, exceptional and quirky, our aim is to surprise our clientele with the highest quality available on the Fine Art market.
The gallery debuted in 2016 with Tefaf showcase and Pan Amsterdam. Since 2018, we exhibit at Salon du dessin Paris.

Among our clients we have welcomed major musea and institutions worldwide such as the:

  • Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
  • Tavolozza Foundation, Berg
  • Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill
  • Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland
  • Dordrechts Museum, Dordrecht
  • Teylers Museum, Haarlem
  • Museum Huis Dedel, The Hague
  • Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg
  • Fries Museum, Leeuwarden
  • British Museum, London
  • J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
  • Stichting Erfgoed Landfort (sEL), Megchelen
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  • Morgan Library & Museum, New York
  • Fondation Custodia (Coll. F. Lugt), Paris
  • Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam
  • Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California
  • Musée des Avelines, Saint-Cloud
  • National Gallery of Art, Washington
  • City Archives of Amsterdam
  • City Archives of The Hague
  • City Archives of Utrecht

And many prominent private-collectors worldwide.

Onno van Seggelen Fine Arts : Stamboek drawing for Joanna Koerten Blok


Hoorn 1667-1726 Hoorn


Stamboek drawing
for Joanna Koerten Blok

Watercolour, gouache, gum arabic, heightened with white on vellum
331 x 212 mm

Signed on the plinth H: Henstenburgh fec and annotated Ut Flos Secatur Unguibus, Vel Ventis Imbribus-Que Collabitur, sic JOANNA CURTENIA Dotibus Ingenii Et Arte Florentissima Tandem De Statione Sua Deturbata Est. 1718



Adriaen Blok (c.1653-1726)
Maria van Arckel (-1737)
Pieter Testas Jr. (1702-1784)
Possibly Michiel Oudaan (1701/03-1766)
Possibly Jan Yver (1747-1814)
Private-collection, Austria