Van Loon Galleries
Van Loon Galleries is one of the largest art galleries in the Netherlands. Since its foundation in 2007, the art gallery has exhibited a wide range of different national and international artists from the (sub)top of the contemporary art world. The artist is always central.
The art movements in which Van Loon Galleries mainly focuses are classically modern, expressive and figurative, expressed in a wide variety of forms such as painting, sculpture, glass art and photo art. Summarizing; a wide selection of various (inter)national works of art that have a lasting value and make the world a bit more beautiful. In addition to the general exhibition that can be admired throughout the year, 6 to 8 exhibitions are organized each year. The gallery is located in a beautiful monumental city villa on the Heuvel in the bustling center of Vught. The property is the former rectory of St. Peter’s Church.
The beautiful monumental city villa in which the gallery is now located has a special background. The building was built in 1864 as the rectory of the adjacent St. Peter’s Church. Both the rectory and the church, with a neo-Romanesque architectural style, were designed by renowned architect Carl Weber. The property, with marble floor tiles, high ceilings and a spacious bar room, is the perfect backdrop for the vast and diverse range of art the gallery has to offer.
Because the gallery is located in the center of Vught, there is sufficient parking space in the immediate vicinity for a visit to the gallery.