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Simonis & Buunk Fine Art Dealers

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Simonis & Buunk Fine Paintings is a family business established in 1927 with three galleries in the centre of the Netherlands, on the Notaris Fischerstraat in Ede. For four generations we have purchased and sold paintings of high and middle-high quality. Prices range from € 1,000 to € 500,000.

We have proceeded to acquire an excellent reputation in the area of 19th-century paintings, with special emphasis on Dutch Romanticism, the Hague School, Dutch Impressionists, Expressionists, Groninger Ploeg and CoBrA. In addition we have works by French, German, Belgian and English artists. You can also visit us for restoration, where we happily give free quotations and advice.

Step into the world of Simonis & Buunk. Discover the collection of over 3,000 paintings, watercolours and sculptures, available to view in our exhibition in Ede. Everything is even more beautiful in real life.

in the spotlight

Jan Bogaerts | Bouquet of dried flowers, oil on canvas, 35.0 x 40.0 cm, signed u.r. and painted 1950

Jan Bogaerts

painting • for sale

Bouquet of dried flowers, 1950

Hélène Hamburger | Flower still life in a basket, oil on panel, 52.0 x 43.5 cm

Hélène Hamburger

painting • for sale

Flower still life in a basket

Germ de Jong | Still life with flowers, oil on canvas, 46.1 x 38.3 cm, signed l.r. and  dated 1953

Germ de Jong

painting • for sale

Still life with flowers, 1953

Toon Kelder | A still life with flowers, a vase and a lemon, gouache on paper, 40.0 x 28.2 cm, signed l.r.

Toon Kelder

watercolour • drawing • for sale

A still life with flowers, a vase and a lemon

welcome to our galleries

The extensive Simonis & Buunk collection of paintings and sculptures is presented in three buildings on the Notaris Fischerstraat in Ede. Each of these three exhibition spaces is decorated to suit the works of art on display. The interior design is a ‘gesamtkunstwerk’ in which everything goes together: the colour scheme, furniture, lamps, rugs and even the tableware. The three galleries are so different from one another it gives visitors the sense of entering a different world, enhancing their experience of the works of art. In addition to these ‘Three Worlds’, there is a fourth exhibition space: the sculpture garden behind the Fischer House.

Salons of the 19th Century

19e Eeuw, Notaris Fischerstraat 30

Gallery of the 20th Century

20e Eeuw, Notaris Fischerstraat 19

The Fischer House

Notaris Fischer huis, Notaris Fischerstraat 27


Paintings are made of natural materials. Light, moisture, dirt and heat can cause these to age. Damage and unskillful restorations can also affect the original state. Whatever the cause, in many cases it is valuable to have your artwork restored. Go ahead and request a free restoration quotation and recommendation from Simonis & Buunk’s restoration studio.

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In 1984, Frank Buunk became a certified fine art valuer specialising in 17th-20th century paintings. He was 27 at the time, making him the youngest art expert in the Netherlands. He is recognised as such by Federatie TMV, the Dutch federation of certified appraisers, brokers and auctioneers in movable assets, and is internationally certified by Hobéon SKO. 

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open all year round

Tuesday to Saturday from 11-17 hours and by appointment