Art as a profession

A unique heritage bringing new perspectives

Hand in hand for success

For over 30 years we have followed our calling; uncovering the best artworks on the international art market. Our work is distinguished by a passion for beauty and a sensibility for particular values and exceptional quality. 

Based in the heart of Munich, we have been operating from the ideal location for over two decades. Situated in the exquisite Bayerischer Hof Hotel, we have employed state of the art design and advanced lighting arrangements to perfect our spacious premises. As a result, we now have an ideal exhibition space over two floors that enables the artworks to be viewed in conditions where they can be truly seen and appreciated.



In addition to important artists from Classical Modernism, our gallery program focuses on representatives of German Expressionism, particularly the artist groups „Bridge" and „The Blue Rider". In addition we specialize in Southern German painting. This distinguished blend of artists and works is highly valued by our clients and by art enthusiasts from around the world.

At Galerie Schüller we are experts in the field of Southern German painting. We will support you in an advisory capacity, grounded in our many years of experience, and examine your artworks with care and expertise.  

Wolfgang Schüller

Lona Schüller

Simone Schüller

Hildegard Schüller

Ingrid Pérez de Laborda

Sebastian Stoltz

Sebastian Stoltz

Melanie Wittchow

Melanie Wittchow

Ana Petrovic

Ana Smith

Wolfgang Schüller

Wolfgang Schüller.

As CEO, Wolfgang Schüller is responsible for purchasing and sales. 35 years ago, he founded the gallery in Argelsried/Gilching, settling down in 1997 in Munich’s Bayerischen Hof. In 2007, he handed over the gallery to his daughter, Lona.

He’s an avid reader with many interests, including politics, economics, art, culture and nature. When he’s not out and about for the gallery and he puts down his books, he can be found in the garden or wandering the wood with his dog.

“Art does not reproduce the visible but makes visible.” (Paul Klee)

Lona Schüller

Lona Schüller.

Lona Schüller owns the gallery and takes care of purchasing and sales, personnel, and the gallery’s interior design. She took over the gallery from her parents in 2007 and has led it into modernity.

As a child she attended exhibitions and slept on stacks of rugs. In her teenage years she first helped out around the gallery. You could say she was exposed to art from the time she was a baby. In the midst of her A levels in 1997, she started pitching in at the gallery and has stuck to it with great enthusiasm ever since.

Besides the gallery, she loves art, interior design, nature and raising the next generation.

“Art does not reproduce the visible but makes visible.” (Paul Klee)

Simone Schüller

Simone Schüller.

Simone Schüller is daughter-in-law, wife and sister-in-law of the Schüller family. She takes care of the gallery’s strategic positioning, personnel, advertising and marketing, finances, contracts and organisational tasks. She, of course, also attends to clients.

After her bank apprenticeship and studying business, she spent many years working at well-known advertising agencies for clients in all sectors. An enthusiastic communication professional, she loves creative work and dealing with it.

Whether art or music, she’s very fond of all things art-related, plays piano, cooks and is an ardent traveller.

If I knew it [what art is], I would keep it for myself." (Pablo Picasso)

Hildegard Schüller

Hildegard Schüller.

Hildegard Schüller is the heart and soul of the gallery. She’s supported her husband for over 35 years.

From early on, she grew up in the world of paintings: her grandfather sold art supplies. As a child she frequently went with her father to Munich’s museums and nearly every day after school she visited her great uncle, Professor Georg Vogt – one of Stuck’s students – whose house was filled with many paintings.

She feels an intimate connection to paintings. They are like children to her that speak in another way.

“Paintings are like children that speak in another way.” (Hildegard Schüller)

Ingrid Pérez de Laborda

Ingrid Pérez de Laborda.

The art historian Ingrid Pérez de Laborda is responsible for research publications and curating exhibitions. In addition, she manages the cooperation partnerships with museums, archives and foundations, and, in collaboration with the business management, leads the scientific evaluation of works whilst advising our clients on questions relating to their collections.

Ingrid is an experienced art professional who had already held a number of positions in the international art business while still a student of art history. Of Spanish descent, Ingrid was highly influenced by the country's palaces steeped in history, growing up, almost inevitably, surrounded by art and languages. She is a member of a literary circle and is highly engaged in voluntary work with young entrepreneurs and in schools for cultural education projects.

“Art washes the dust of the everyday from the soul.” (Pablo Picasso)

Sebastian Stoltz

Sebastian Stoltz

Sebastian Stoltz.

Sebastian Stoltz is the art historian and manager of the gallery, it is him where all threads run together. He keeps the overview and forwards inquiries to the respective experts. He studied in Freiburg and Paris, most recently at Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London. He gained first experience at renowned auction houses and in the Munich gallery scene.

Already as a child, he spent long afternoons in museums and discovered his love of detail there. He completed a classical piano training and still likes to play the keys and can be seen regularly in the theater. His passion for the beautiful and his high quality standards ultimately led to Galerie Schüller.

„The artwork is an imaginary island that is surrounded by reality.“ (José Ortega y Gasset)

Melanie Wittchow

Melanie Wittchow

Melanie Wittchow.

Melanie Wittchow supports the gallery in looking after contacts with the press, maintaining the homepage as well as Instagram and Facebook. After training as a master tailor, she studied art history and literature at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, the Catholic University Eichstätt and the École Normale Supérieure in Paris. 

She worked as an assistant curator in the Munich City Museum and now works full-time in the collection archive of the Lenbachhaus Munich. In addition to art, her passion is working with needle and thread. In her free time she loves to create colorful embroideries.

„Art is long! And short is our life.“ (Goethe)

Ana Petrovic

Ana Smith

Ana Smith.

Ana Petrovic holds a Masters degree in Art History. In her position as the Gallery Manager, she represents the point at which all threads come together. She plans and organizes our exhibitions, events and participation in art fairs. Ana also maintains our contact with museums, institutions and collectors, as well as our relationships with press and media agencies.

In her life beyond the gallery, Ana continues her research, writing her PhD thesis in art history at the Ludwig - Maximilian University. Before entirely dedicating her life to art, she studied Business Administration, thereby preparing herself for the multifaceted and colorful world of the art business. Her dog Barney brings his four paws to the team, observing the daily ebb and flow at the gallery from his own unique perspective.

"Truly, art is ingrained in nature."
 (Albrecht Dürer)