Sale of artworks from the collection of KLM provides 150,000 euros on
The KLM has its own art collection, cleaned up, and about fifty works in the sale made. Sunday was the last day that they were to be seen. There are a total of more than thirty works were sold, with a total turnover of one and a half tons.
“That strikes me very aware,” says art dealer and certified appraiser Willem de Winter.
The Winter mediated in the sale of the paintings, watercolours and photography, including Rob Birza, Nico Molenkamp, Barry McGee and Henri Cartier-Bresson.
The most popular with the buyers were a pressure of Erik Andriessen and a photo of Anton Corbijn in which musician David Byrne. “That I had both five times to be able to sell.” The Winter has sold to collectors from Norway and France.
KLM has, for decades, occasionally works of art purchased. In 1989, the KLM art committee was established, which from that time policy with art within KLM is deal. Recently cleans up the company’s collection. The vast majority of the five hundred works will be preserved, but which in the depots is, it goes into the sale.