OnlineGallery.Art is a platform on which artists, photographers and designers themselves can create an overview page with ease. OnlineGallery.Art is the place where love for art begins. The aim is to bring artists and art buyers together, without the intervention of expensive galleries. Art lovers will find a wide variety of art works, artists, exhibitions and galleries at OnlineGallery.Art.

OnlineGallery.Art is a strong trade name and content posted on OnlineGallery.Art is well valued by Google. The website has a professional appearance and makes art accessible to all. OnlineGallery.Art is a gallery of honour for everyone!

OnlineGallery.Art is a trade name, registered under the trade name Online Galerij B.V. (Chamber of Commerce 74764225, The Hague). We work together with a team of artists and art experts who organise activities such as scouting, site help, ballot, forum, communication and support.

Online Galerij B.V.

Schoolstraat 1 2271BZ Voorburg

IBAN: NL 72 KNAB 0259 0056 81 in the name of Online Galerij B.V. VAT number: NL860018167B01 Chamber of Commerce: 74764225, The Hague


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    Keith Haring mural in Amsterdam Preserved for the future

    17 January - 2020
    by Vincent Moleveld

    The mural by Keith Haring at the Foodcenter in Amsterdam-West will be restored next year. Haring painted the work in 1986, eight years later it disappeared behind a metal facade. During the rediscovery in 2018 the wall painting turned out to be in...

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