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Duits Gallery, Ltd.


Originally a dealer in art and antiquities, established in 1836 in Dordrecht, the Duits Gallery moved to Amsterdam in 1875. In 1920, a London branch was opened by Charles Duits, his brother William Henry and his son Clifford and grandson Graham. The London gallery specialized in Old Masters, particularly Dutch and Flemish, often in association with the Amsterdam gallery, which closed in 1938. The London gallery closed in 1985, and its records are at the Getty Research Institute.

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