Laurentin gallery, Fine Arts & The Biennal

Laurentin gallery, Fine Arts & The Biennal

The Laurentin gallery is pleased to announce its participation in the Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale fair. Please come and meet us at our stand 48 at the Carrousel du Louvre, from November 9 to 13, 2022. Geneviève ASSE ( Vannes 1923 – Paris 2021 ) CompositionAround 1985 Oil on paper signed lower right 20,3 x 13,3 cmThis work, created in 1980, shows how Geneviève Asse, while reducing her palette to blue from that decade onwards, continues to create spaces with daring and offbeat compositions. The composition does not fail to arouse a stimulating reflection on the notion of...

Terrades gallery, Fine Arts & The Biennal

Terrades gallery, Fine Arts & The Biennal

The Terrades gallery is pleased to announce its participation in the Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale fair. Please come and meet us at our stand 67 at the Carrousel du Louvre, from November 9 to 13, 2022. HENRI GUÉRARD ( Paris, 1846 – 1897 )Fan with laburnum flowers, circa1890Watercolor on silk57 x 28 cm, silk sheet 58,5 x 32 cmSigned lower right : H. Guérard« Guérard is a modernist, impressionist, manétist (similar to Manet), landscape artist, sailor, japanist, fantasist, alchemist, essayist, an unrelenting imagination with a bouquet of fireworks bursting into a thousand whims in the head »: this...

The Paul Prouté gallery, Fine Arts Paris & The Biennal

The Paul Prouté gallery, Fine Arts Paris & The Biennal

The Paul Prouté gallery is pleased to announce its participation in the Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale fair. Please come and meet us at our stand 73 at the Carrousel du Louvre, from November 9 to 13, 2022. Paul CEZANNE (Aix-en-Provence 1839 – 1906) Les Petits Baigneurs/ The Small Bathers, 1896-1897. Color lithograph , 235 × 294 mm, margins 280 × 355 mm, beautiful and bright proof print on unglued China paper with color addition from the final state; this final state was the subject of two prints, a first one before publication and reduction of the (lime)stone printing...

The Tanakaya gallery, Fine Arts Paris & The Biennal

The Tanakaya gallery, Fine Arts Paris & The Biennal

The TANAKAYA gallery participates, from November 9 to 13, at Fine Arts Paris & The Biennal, which will be held at the Carrousel du Louvre, rue de Rivoli, Paris 1st district, Trade fair which will bring together more than 80 exhibitors. Booth 9. For this new edition, Japanese artists of the 20th century will be displayed at Tanakaya’s exhibit booth. Among painters, TOKO Shinoda, who passed away last year at the age of 107! Among printmakers, the focus will be put on Hasui Kawase (1883-1957), one of the most sought-after landscape artists by collectors, especially for his snow landscapes and...

Event! La Semaine des Galeries Parisiennes de l’Estampe et du Dessin

Event! La Semaine des Galeries Parisiennes de l’Estampe et du Dessin

Save the date! For this 4th edition organized by the CSEDT, “La Semaine des Galeries Parisiennes de l’Estampe et du Dessin” will take place from November 25 to December 4, 2022. Joint opening on Thursday, November 24 from 4 to 9 pm.   This tour brings together members of the CSEDT who will offer visitors and collectors to discover works and artists from all periods. This tour is part of the renewal that CSEDT is establishing with galleries specializing mainly in printmaking or drawing. Just like the Paris Print Fair event created in May 2022, “La Semaine des Galeries Parisiennes...

Fine Arts Paris & The Biennal

Fine Arts Paris & The Biennal

From November 9, 2022 to November 13, 2022 at the Carrousel du Louvre & Online « Fine Arts Paris & The Biennal remains the only general fair dedicated to Fine Arts in Paris. From the Carrousel du Louvre, to the Grand Palais Éphémère then to the Grand Palais, we have set for ourselves the goal for the next three editions to expand this fair, to develop it internationally and to give Paris back a major place in the art market. ». Louis de Bayser, president of Fine Arts Paris & The Biennal. Some CSEDT gallery members would also participate in...

Exhibition Michel Ciry

Exhibition Michel Ciry

2012… 2022. The Michel Ciry museum at Varengeville-sur-Mer (76) is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year. The museum wanted to honor a part of the artist’s engraved work in order to celebrate the event. Engraving is an ancestral art that Michel Ciry has brought to the highest level his whole life as an artist. He even established his reputation in the early 1940s through this noble and demanding discipline. Michel Ciry, printmaker, is the last temporary exhibition of the 2022 season. It will be held at the Espace Créations of the Michel Ciry Museum from September 10, 2022 to November...

Publication of the book “Peu de chose en vérité” by Laure Matarasso

Publication of the book “Peu de chose en vérité” by Laure Matarasso

Unpublished poem accompanied by 5 engravings enhanced with watercolor by Jean-Marc Brunet.Edition limited to 30 copies on BFK Rives, signed by the author and by the artist. Typography Atelier du Livre de l’Imprimerie Nationale.Alain Freixe lives in Nice and as a former professor of literature, he likes to “wander between philosophy and poetry”. Jean-Marc Brunet settled in Soissons, has been drawing since his youngest age, painter engraver, always in search of new techniques, he organizes and participates in many exhibitions or events in connection with music, literature or poetry…..He was linked very early to poets such as Jean-Clarence Lambert, Bernard...

Jean Cocteau, lithographs and etchings, the Arenthon gallery

Jean Cocteau, lithographs and etchings, the Arenthon gallery

Until October 27, 2022 The Arenthon Gallery is hosting its last exhibit this fall, a selection of Jean Cocteau’s lithographs, made in collaboration with the famous printer Fernand, as well as the suite of etchings illustrating the book “Le Bal du comte d’Orgel/ Count d’Orgel Opens the Ball, ” by Raymond Radiguet. Visual abouve: Jean Cocteau, Les Amoureux/ The Lovers, 1955 © Adagp, Paris, 2022 Jean Cocteau, Le bal du comte d’Orgel/ Count d’Orgel Opens the Ball, plate 3, 1953 © Adagp, Paris, 2022

Linocuts & Pastels by Lise Follier-Morales, the Sagot Le Garrec gallery

Linocuts & Pastels by Lise Follier-Morales, the Sagot Le Garrec gallery

Exhibition from Friday October 14, 2022 to Saturday November 19, 2022 Nicolas Romand and the Sagot Le Garrec gallery present Lise Follier-Morales’ exhibition Variations on transparency with a set of linocuts and pastels. In her engraved work, Lise Follier-Morales proceeds series by series. With “Variations on transparency”, the artist seeks to retranscribe with emotion the transparency of glass, as much in the reflections of the glass as in those projected by their shadows, like the colors of flower bouquets. In this series, the printmaker becomes a virtuoso of the reductive plate linocut technique. Using a single matrix, this technique enables...