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  • Old master paintings for sale at Sotheby’s Paris

    After putting his wife and children on a cart, the plebeian Lucius Albinus left as quickly as possible. The year was 390 BC, when Rome was sacked by the Gauls. As he fled, he passed a group of…

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  • French painters in the spotlight at sales this week

    After the strawberries, the melon. A masterpiece by Jean Siméon Chardin will come up for auction at Christie’s in Paris on 12 June. A mature painting produced in 1760, it testifies to the artist’s…

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  • Girodet and Gérôme at auction

    Still on view at the Hôtel Drouot tomorrow, Thursday 30 May, several important works will be auctioned the following day by the Rémy Le Fur and Daguerre auction houses. The former will offer a…

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  • Marie and Félix Bracquemond on sale at Artcurial

    First and foremost, this is an exhibition not to be missed under any circumstances, even if it is unfortunately only open this Friday, Saturday and then Monday before the sale of the entire…

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  • L’invité de La Tribune de l’Art n° 11 - 17/4/24 : Nicolas Schwed

    Cette semaine, nous recevons Nicolas Schwed, marchand de dessins à Paris. Celui-ci, qui organise notamment régulièrement des expositions dans sa galerie parisienne dont nous rendons compte souvent…

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  • The third Paris Print Fair

    With twenty international exhibitors gathered in the intimate setting of the refectory of the Cordeliers convent at the time of the Salon du Dessin, and with old, modern and contemporary prints…

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  • The "Semaine du Dessin" in Paris galleries (5)

    This is the fifth and final article in a long marathon that has taken us to all the galleries in Paris (or at least we hope we haven’t missed any) that are holding exhibitions to mark the Semaine…

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  • The "Semaine du Dessin" in Paris galleries (3)

    Elle fut représentée par les portraitistes les plus recherchés de la cour, mais parce qu’on n’est jamais aussi bien flatté que par soi-même, la duchesse de Montpensier ne ce contenta pas de ces…

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  • The Salon du Dessin 2024 is now open

    Comme chaque année, et par chance sous un beau soleil qui avait fui Paris depuis plusieurs mois, le Salon du Dessin a rouvert ses portes dans le Palais de la Bourse, cadre intimiste qui lui…

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  • The "Semaine du Dessin" in Paris galleries (2)

    The enigmatic but impressive self-portrait by Nicolaus Ritter Junior will take pride of place for a few more days in Jonathan den Otter’s fine exhibition at Benjamin Peronnet on rue de Louvois,…

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  • Drawings and sculptures at Drouot

    Two sales of drawings are currently on show at Drouot, at Ader and Millon, as are two previously unseen sculptures by David d’Angers at Daguerre. Finally, as part of the auction house’s "Temps…

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  • A sale of drawings at Christie’s

    It’s only a short step from the allegory of Glory appearing in the sky brandishing crowns to the crouching Polichinelle defecating in front of his comrades. Lovers of the graphic arts can choose…

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  • Three Artcurial auctions

    This is a painting that could be acquired by at least three museums in the Paris region: the Musée Carnavalet (if it had an ambitious acquisition policy, which unfortunately it does not), the…

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  • The "Semaine du Dessin" in Paris galleries (1)

    "Oh you who leaf through these pages, having in your soul the unhealthy hope of finding in them the supreme power of Evil, be disappointed!" Be disappointed, because Mathieu Néouze is less into…

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  • The 2024 edition of Tefaf

    This year’s Tefaf has been shortened by three days compared with its usual duration: it will in fact end next Thursday 14 March, leaving less time to go on site and admire what remains the art…

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  • New York auctions in early 2024

    The sales in New York at the end of January/beginning of February are very rich this year. The number of works for sale at Sotheby’s and Christie’s is colossal, and while not all are of optimum…

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  • BRAFA 2024 opens its doors

    The 69th edition of the Brussels art fair has just opened its doors to the public in a joyous atmosphere of surrealist celebration, with a highly successful décor inspired by the paintings of Paul…

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  • Two Parisian sales: Tajan and Sotheby’s

    It is a great pity that the two Pietro Lorenzetti paintings to be auctioned by Tajan on December 13 are being sold separately (ill. 1 and 2). They come from the famous collection of Alfred Ramé,…

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  • Several sculpture sales at Paris in December

    Sculpture lovers are in for a treat this November, with no fewer than three sales featuring sculptures, particularly 19th-century bronzes. The first will take place tomorrow, Friday 8 December at…

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  • Exhibition in Paris galleries: Talabardon & Gautier

    In our article at the beginning of the year announcing the Talabardon & Gautier sale at Hôtel Drouot, we expressed the hope that these would bounce back. It did not take long for this wish to…

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  • Exhibitions in Paris galleries: Bordes, Poncelin de Raucourt, Néouze

    "A woman with a fan is stronger than a man with a sword", as Anne-Françoise-Hippolyte Boutet, known as Mademoiselle Mars, liked to say. The famous actress was portrayed by the greatest artists,…

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  • Amber Treasures from the Baltic Sea 16th - 18th century

    The material gleams and glows, seduces and fascinates: rarer on the banks of the Seine than on those of the Baltic Sea, amber certainly deserved this exhibition as beautiful as it is learned,…

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  • Exhibitions in Paris galleries: Nouvelle Athènes and Chaptal

    Twice a year, the Galerie La Nouvelle Athènes presents works mainly from the 19th century, and publishes a catalogue to mark the occasion. This year, November 2023, is no exception to tradition,…

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  • What will become of Louis XV’s commode?

    Curious onlookers, connoisseurs, experts and dealers flocked to the Saint-Germain-en-Laye auction house this morning, where - for less than three days - an exceptional piece of furniture finally…

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  • Exhibitions in Paris galleries: Moretti and Galerie Canesso

    The plague, with its buboes and corpses, inspired miracles in saints and masterpieces in artists, as witnessed by Antonio Gherardi’s Saint Charles Borromeo Giving the Eucharist to the Pestiferous.…

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  • Second edition of Fine Arts and the Biennale, now FAB

    Born last year from the merger of Fine Arts Paris and the Biennale, the new FAB show is expanding for its second edition, before undergoing its ultimate expansion next year with its installation…

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  • German Baroque drawings by Nicolas Schwed

    From now until December 7, Nicolas Schwed is presenting a museum-level exhibition of German Baroque drawings in the premises he shares with Étienne Bréton at 346, rue Saint-Honoré. And it’s likely…

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