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Fine Art from the late 19th Century to the present



Covering a vast period from c.1880 to the present, the gallery presents work representing modern movements from Symbolism to Pop Art, with occasional excursions into contemporary art. A collector at heart, Patrick Derom selects his acquisitions on the basis of two criteria: quality and his personal enthusiasm for the artist or work.


Amongst the artists exhibited past and present, we can mention:

Josef Albers - Hans Arp - Evelyne Axell - Bernard Aubertin - Pol Bury - Alexander Calder - Paul Cézanne - Salvador Dali - William Degouve de Nuncques - Jean Degottex - Paul Delvaux - Jean Delville - Jean Dewasne - Piero Dorazio - James Ensor - Max Ernst - Lucio Fontana - Sam Francis - Alberto Giacometti - Julio Gonzales - Arshile Gorky - George Grosz - Jean Hélion - Barbara Hepworth - Fernand Khnopff - Gustav Klimt - Frank Kupka - Walter Leblanc - Sol Lewitt - Heinz Mack - August Macke - Alberto Magnelli - René Magritte - Georges Mathieu - Man Ray - Xavier Mellery - Constantin Meunier - George Minne - Joan Miro - Amedeo Modigliani - François Morellet - Louise Nevelson - Ben Nicholson - Otto Piene - Félicien Rops - Kurt Schwitters - Victor Servranckx - Jesus Rafael Soto - Léon Spilliaert - Takis - Antonio Tapies - Frits Van den Berghe - Victor Vasarely - Fabienne Verdier - Edouard Vuillard - Tom Wesselmann - Marthe Wéry - Ossip Zadkine...

For many years, the gallery has participated at numerous international art fairs (Basel Art Fair - Biennale des Antiquaires, Paris - Salon des Antiquaires, Paris - The International Fine Art Fair, New York - Foire des Antiquaires, Brussels, Salon du Dessin, Paris a.o.). The past years we have decided to focus on two fairs per year: TEFAF Maastricht and TEFAF Spring, New York.


At the gallery in Brussels, exhibitions are organized once or twice per year. Recently, we have chosen to work on a more personal basis with our clients, including museums as well as private collectors. Between exhibitions, the gallery is open by appointment ... or by chance. Visitors are always welcome, but please call ahead to check we’re in!


Rue aux Laines 1

1000 Brussels


Phone: +32 (0) 2 514 08 82

Mobile: +32 (0) 475 27 96 32


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Patrick Derom


Patrick Derom studied law at Ghent University before doing an LL.M. at Harvard University in 1974. He is an Honorary Member of the Brussels Bar and practiced law both in New York and Brussels. In 1986, he opened the Patrick Derom Gallery. Covering a vast period from c. 1880 to the present, the gallery showcases work representing modern movements from Symbolism to Pop Art, with occasional excursions into contemporary art. The gallery has participated in several international fairs, including Art Basel, the Paris Biennale, and TEFAF (Maastricht and New York). Patrick Derom was Treasurer of the World Federation of Museum Friends (until 1990), and until 1993 a member of the International Council of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. He was President of the Belgian Royal Chamber of Art Dealers (2007-2015) and member of the ‘Topstukkenraad’ (2003-2013), which supports the government of Flanders in protecting and restoring masterpieces and gives advice on acquisitions. He was also member of the “Commission Consultative,” counterpart for the French Community to protect movable cultural heritage. Patrick Derom is the co-author of the catalogue raisonné of the work of Frits Van den Berghe (Pandora, 1999), editor of The statues and Monuments of Brussels (Pandora, 2000), and editor of the Pol Bury Online Catalogue Raisonné (



Edouard Derom


Edouard Derom is a director at the Patrick Derom Gallery, where he oversees special projects. After a brief career in law (JD from the KU Leuven and associate at Linklaters), he pursued an MBA at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He subsequently worked in various capacities at museums in the United States (The Morgan Library & Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art), France (Centre Pompidou), and China (UCCA Center for Contemporary Art). In 2014, he helped curate ZERO: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s–60s at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. He received his Ph.D. from the Institute of Fine Arts (NYU), where his doctoral research focused on the role of the ZERO magazine in the postwar European avant-garde. He is the author and co-author of several essays and catalogues about art.



Susana Ribeiro Henriques



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