News of: Saturday, November 21 2009,
The PAN, the yearly art and antiques fair held in Amsterdam, is now bigger than ever.
137 Art dealers are taking part in the art fair that opened today in the RAI Congress Center in Amsterdam.
The Pan attracts some 35,000 visitors every year. One of the top pieces this year is a globe mady by the famous map maker Willem Blaeu, from 1645 (asking price: EUR 1.9 million).
There are also several paintings by 17th century Dutch masters on sale (such as a drawing by Rembrandt and a winter painting by Avercamp), as well as furniture, porcelain and Dutch modern art from the 1960's.
The fair lasts until November 29.
More information is on www.pan.nl or www.rai.nl.