Newsletter CSEDT # 25
March 2023


Created in 1919, the CSEDT - Chambre Syndicale de l'Estampe, du Dessin et du Tableau - is a professional union that brings together galleries and experts specialized in the field of the ancient, modern and contemporary prints.

In the siprit of miscellanies, discover information about the CSEDT in newsletters: novelties, exhibitions, fairs, catalogs.
But also news primarily related to prints and drawings.

Art Fairs and events

Paris Print Fair, 2nde edition, 23-26 march 2023, 6th district

Save the dates !

The CSEDT is pleased to announce the 2nd edition of the Paris Print Fair from 23 to 26 March 2023.

Opening by invitation on March 22nd. More information on the website :

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Paris Print Fair, 2nde edition, 23-26 march 2023

Quartier Drouot, 16-27 march 2023, 9th district

The Quartier Art Drouot (QAD) has been organising art trails with the galleries and auction houses of the Drouot district for 22 years.


Salon du dessin, 22 - 27 march, Palais Brongniart, Paris 2nd district

The Salon du Dessin, a major event in the international fair calendar, takes place from 22 to 27 March 2023 at the Palais Brongniart, Paris.
You will find galleries members of the CSEDT:
Galerie Laurentin
Galerie Nathalie Motte Masselink
Paul Prouté Gallery
Terrades Gallery


London Original Print Fair, Sommerset House, London,
30 March - 2 April

This year marks the 38th edition of the fair and brings together over 40 leading international print dealers, publishers and studios. With works spanning six centuries of printmaking, the fair will include important pieces by world-renowned artists such as Dürer, Rembrandt, Picasso, Hockney, Riley, Rego and Frink.

LOPF 2023


Grosvenor Prints, catalogue n°123

We have the pleasure of uploading our new Reference Book Listing: Catalogue 123. Highlights include:

Cover: James Gillray: A Revolution in Satire. Tim Clayton. New Haven & London: Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 2022 ...

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Grosvenor Prints, catalogue n°123

New Catalogue, The Paul Prouté Gallery

New Catalogue, The Paul Prouté Gallery
The Paul Prouté gallery invites you to discover its latest catalog n°164 dedicated to the origins of lithography in France (1804 – 1818). Online catalog is available on the gallery's website.

Pierre-Nolasque BERGERET (Bordeaux 1782 – Paris 1863). The Dawdlers of The Rue du Coq, 1804. Lithograph enhanced with watercolor, 215 × 375 mm, margins 240 × 395 …

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Hiroshige and the hand-held fan, a journey through 19th century Japan in 19th century Japan, Musée Guimet, Paris

Exhibition until May 29, 2023

"The Guimet Museum presents for the first time in France a unique group of prints by Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) intended to decorate hand-held fans (or simply hand fans). Created between the 1830s and 1850s, they are among the rarest and most elaborate of the artist's work, one of the last great Japanese artists of the Edo period. These hand-fan sheets reveal the graphic inventiveness and diversity of his work from the famous sites of Edo (today Tokyo) and Japanese province landscapes, to bucolic compositions of flowers and birds, through portraits of women, historical scenes, as well as literary or parodic images. Disposable objects, these hand fans have mostly disappeared ; the prints that have come down to us, uncut and in their first edition, are those that were never mounted on their frame and were preserved by print publishers or collectors. Many of these works are now unique or preserved in very rare copies all over the world"
Selection of some ninety works, among the most beautiful of the Georges Leskowicz Collection
Musée national des arts asiatiques – Guimet
6, place d’Iéna, 75116 Paris


Gottfried Ruetz of the gallery Le Cabinet Japonais, born in 1941. He was an eminent specialist in Japanese prints and has accompanied us for many years at the Salon de l'Estampe du Grand Palais.
Françoise Michel (born in 1944) of the Galerie Michel, the last representative of this historic Parisian gallery which, over several generations, was an essential meeting place for many art lovers and collectors.
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