• Eddy Kamuanga
  • Tabor Robak
  • Marcos Kueh
  • Harm van Dorpel
  • Mohau Modisakeng
  • melanie bonajo
  • Hadassah Emmerich
  • Pyke Koch
  • Lara Schnitger
  • Jan Hoek
  • Jamal Nxedlana
  • Carel Willink
Open de Gallerij

Nature Morte, 2023
acryl en olieverf op doek
169 x 149 cm

ING — Eddy Kamuanga

  • Nature Morte, 2023
    acryl en olieverf op doek
    169 x 149 cm

  • Northstar Special Edition
    4k generatieve animatie, oneindig
    324 x 1584 cm

  • Woven Talisman #02 The Social Influencer, 2023
    Polyester, 8 kleuren
    225 x 170 cm

  • Poly Fill, 2022
    Belichting op lichtgevoelig metallic papier
    122 x 100 cm

  • Passage 4, 2017
    Inkjet op Epson Hot Press Natural
    150 x 200 cm

  • Rainbow, 2014
    glans, bubond
    54,5 x 97,5 cm

  • Cascade, 2021
    drukinkt op grondverf oker/ goud gekleurde ondergrond
    5320 x 12045 cm

  • De oogst, 1953
    olieverf op doek
    200 x 260 cm

  • The Only Way out is Through, 2021
    textiel, hout
    210 x 120 x 299 cm

  • Super model Flavi, 2020
    foto in hars met verschillende mediaobjecten
    95 x 57 cm

  • Prototype 3, 2023
    Inkjet print op Hahnemuehle Photo Rag Baryta
    120 x 80 cm

  • Girl in Renaissance Dress, 1945
    oil on canvas
    135 x 85 cm

ING Collection


Who we are

ING is a global bank with a strong European base. Our more than 60,000 employees serve around 37 million customers, corporate clients and financial institutions in over 40 countries. Our purpose is to empower people to stay a step ahead in life and in business.

Delve into ING’s global art collection and you’ll find a story of commitment. A commitment to freedom, authenticity and consciousness. The collection is about breaking conventions, opening minds and challenging boundaries. Artists in the ING Collection help to expand our perspectives. Their art questions the times we live in and help our community to face the future.

ING Collection

ING believes in the role of art and its influence on our lives. The collection was founded in the 1970s when the first figurative works of art in the Netherlands were brought together. Since then, ING has become increasingly international and works of art from all over the world have been added to the collection. It is a collection of contemporary art that reflects the international, contemporary, and innovative character of ING and shows ING's figurative tradition in a new way. This reflects the rhythm of the changing times and the mission and vision of ING.

ING supports art in society and wants to make art as accessible as possible. ING connects art and visitors and inspires employees and current or future customers. For this reason, ING does not get stuck in a traditional purchasing policy but nurtures a culture of innovation and change. In recent years, this has led to interesting collaborations, such as commissions, loans, and various projects with artists.


The ING Collection was started in 1974 by one of our predecessors, the NMB Postbank Group for its new headquarters in Amsterdam. It was founded around two figurative art movements in the Netherlands: the Magic Realists from the 1920s and 1930s and the Northern Realists of the 1980s.

Over the years, new collections have been added through various mergers and acquisitions. These include the collections of Postbank and Nationale-Nederlanden in the Netherlands, Bank Brussels Lambert (BBL) in Belgium, Barings Bank in London and ING Bank Slaski in Poland.

Baron Léon Lambert, a Belgian banker with a passion for contemporary art, started the former Lambert collection in the early 1960s with international avantgarde artists. His collection merged with the collection of the Banque de Bruxelles to become the BBL collection and represents major artistic movements of the late 20th century. In 1998, it was incorporated into the ING Collection.

ING acquired British merchant bank Barings in 1995. Its art collection was started in the 1920s and includes portraits of members of the Barings family, 18th and 19th century English watercolours and figurative works by ‘early-modern’ British artists. ING has set up a charitable trust to manage the Baring Archive and the associated historical portraits – a collection that has been given Designated Status by Arts Council England.

In Poland, ING is one of the first companies to collect local contemporary art from the 1990s onwards, including paintings, photographs, drawings, videos and sculptures. The works are owned by the ING Polish Art Foundation, which was founded in 2000 to promote and support the development of local artists.

Collection title
ING Collection
Caroline Vos
Head office
Art collection locations
The ING Collection is on display in more than 130 offices worldwide.
Number of art works
The ING Collection consists of some 7.000 artworks.
Launch year
Paintings, photography, drawings, graphic art, sculptures, videos, textile, installations and digital artworks.
Focus of collection
ING collects artworks by international art by artists who push the boundaries of the figurative tradition and are not averse to experimentation. The collection evokes to “look different ‘and fosters a culture of innovation and change at ING, it is also in line with the mission and vision of ING.
Guided tours

Upon request. Tours are only being given in the head office Cedar.

Art collection website
  • Konrad Schiller and Erica Shiozaki, Re: Society: 40 Years of ING Engaging with the Arts, 2014
  • Sanne ten Brink, Magic Realism, Past toward Contemporary, Seoul, Korea, 2012
  • Sanne ten Brink & Anne van Lienden, Natuurlijk, Nederlandse figuratieve kunst, 1970-2010, Assen, 2010
  • Flavio Arensi, Annabelle Birnie, Yildith Della Coletta, Caroline Vos, Realismo Olandese, Allemandi & C.Spa, Torino, Italië, 2008
  • Michel Tilmant, Annabelle Birnie, Art in the Office, Zwolle, 2006
  • Annabelle Birnie, Harry Tupan, Painted Reality, Krakau, Polen, 2004
Exposition space




ING is main sponsor of the Rijksmuseum (Amsterdam) and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. ING also support De Ateliers.

Works on loan
  • Jaap Scheeren, De Appelvangproef, Museum Mesdag Den Haag, 2016
  • Awoiska van der Molen, #373-7, FOAM Amsterdam, 2016
  • Erik van Lieshout Untitled, Wiels Centrum voor Hedendaagse Kunst, Vorst (België), 2016/17
  • Gerrit Willem van Baaderen, Moeder en kind wandelend door een dorp, Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar 2017
  • Matthijs Röling, Lente; Winter; Herfst; Zomer en Tuin (spoorzoekers), Museum Wierdeland, Ezinge, 2017
  • Caspar Berger, Zelfportret 5, Kunstfestival Watou (België) 2017
  • Koen Vermeule, Dome, Kunsthal Rotterdam, 2017
  • Katja Novitskova, Approximation (5dl5.0 chimera surface ligand, fruit fly), Biënnale Venetië en KUMU Art Museum, Tallin (Estland), 2017/18
  • Pyke Koch, De Oogst, Centraal Museum Utrecht, 2017/18
  • Dick Ket, Sint Nicolaas stilleven, Museum More, Gorssel, 2018
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