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Japanese novelties, the Christian Collin gallery

Japanese novelties, the Christian Collin gallery

The Christian Collin gallery offers you from Thursday, September 15 its latest acquisitions in Japanese prints, online and at the gallery: – Ashisato (Actif from 1800 to 1816), Portrait of a kabuki actor, color woodcut – Tsuchiya Koitsu (1870 – 1949), Akashi Bay, Seto inland sea, color woodcut

Salon des Livres rares & arts graphiques/ Rare Books & Graphic Arts Fair at the Grand Palais, Paris

Salon des Livres rares & arts graphiques/ Rare Books & Graphic Arts Fair at the Grand Palais, Paris

The CSEDT is an official partner of the Rare Books & Graphic Arts Fair which took place this year from 23 to 25 September at the Grand Palais (modular palace) in Paris. Back from it! Some CSEDT gallery members have participated in the fair: The Bei der Oper gallery  – Gallerist (Austria) The Stéphane Brugal gallery  – Gallerist (France) The Christian Collin gallery – Gallerist (France) The Martinez D.gallery – Gallerist (France) The M.-F. Toninelli Art Moderne gallery – Gallerist (Principality of Monaco) www.salondulivrerare.paris

Autumn exhibition hanging and selection of prints, the Sagot Le Garrec gallery

Autumn exhibition hanging and selection of prints, the Sagot Le Garrec gallery

In September, the Sagot Le Garrec gallery presents an autumn exhibition hanging, as well as a selection of prints by various artists from the 19th century to the present day. There are more artists than ever in this selection : Beaufrère, Béjot, Bracquemond, Buffet, Buhot, Chahine, Delacroix, Dufresne, Frélaut, Goeneutte, Goya, Gromaire, Gross, Seymour Haden, Iturrino, Laboureur, Lepère, Lunois, Meryon, Millet, Müller, Rodin, Rops, Taquoy, Tissot, Toulouse-Lautrec, Vallotton, Véber, Whistler, along with contemporary artists whose prints can be found on walls and in cardboard boxes of the gallery.   Félix Buhot. Surroundings of Gravesend. Around 1885. Etching, drypoint and aquatint....

Novelties, the Christian Collin gallery

Novelties, the Christian Collin gallery

The gallery presents its latest novelties about European schools from June 15th onwards. You will find a selection featuring engravings from the 17th to the 20th century. Jacques Villon (1875-1963), The Woman  in Red (on Bench), etching and color aquatint etching, 1900   Luigi Kasimir (1881-1962), New-york, central park, Color etching

A catalog raisonné, is currently being prepared. the Johann Naldi gallery

A catalog raisonné, is currently being prepared. the Johann Naldi gallery

Following the publication of the book Incoherent Arts, Discoveries and new perspectives edited under his direction, (Lienart Publishing house, 2022)*, Johann Naldi, independent art expert, a SLAM and CSEDT member announces the preparation of a Catalog raisonné of unpublished and recovered works of Incoherent Arts. Between 1882 and 1893, approximately one thousand works were created and exhibited by the group of Incoherent artists.To date, only about thirty of them have been identified with certainty, including the first monochrome in the history of Art, classified as a National Treasure in May 2021 by the Ministry of Culture), constituting the only witnesses of...

Back in pictures – Paris Print Fair 2022

Back in pictures – Paris Print Fair 2022

The Paris Print Fair which took place last May in the magnificent Refectory of the Cordeliers Convent allowed visitors, amateurs and collectors, to rediscover the path of a fair dedicated to printmaking in the presence of specialized French and foreign galleries. Throughout the ages and through a rich variety of techniques, printmaking has been able to renew itself and find its place in museum collections as well as in private homes. This first edition has been a great success, especially since the Paris Print Fair  was held at the same time as its big sisters, Le Salon du Dessin et...

Exhibitions, Musée du dessin et de l’estampe, Gravelines

Exhibitions, Musée du dessin et de l’estampe, Gravelines

Two exhibitions to discover until June 19, 2022 !   > Gustave Doré, Creator of worlds “Artist with an unbridled imagination” Gustave Doré (1832- 1883) is best known for his prolific output of 10000  illustrating drawings. The prints were created directly on wood and are thought to have been interpreted by virtuoso engravers using chisels and gouges. Two names appear on prints, signed at the same height, on one side that of Gustave Doré on the other that of his engraving interpreter, Pisan, Pannemaker…. Original figure of Dark Romanticism, Gustave Doré combines the expression of passions and spectacular visions to...

Dessin au Quartier Drouot, from May, 12 to 22

Dessin au Quartier Drouot, from May, 12 to 22

This will be the DESSIN AU QUARTIER DROUOT/ DRAWING IN THE DROUOT QUARTER’S  21th edition. The meeting place for beautiful engraved page lovers. The event opens on May 12, 2022, and runs until May 22, 2022. Art galleries will be celebrating the 21st edition of the Drawing in the Drouot Quarter. Galleries have offered a rich and varied program this year. Visitors can discover the disclosed and selected works through the streets of Drouot, of the Grange Batelière, of Provence,  of Richelieu and the passage Verdeau. This edition will also be held in partnership with the SALON DU DESSIN, at...

The Salon du Dessin,  from May 18 to 23

The Salon du Dessin, from May 18 to 23

The Salon du Dessin,  major event in the international trade fair calendar will take place from May 18 to 23, 2022 at the Palais Brongniart (French Stock Exchange ), Paris. Chaired by Louis de Bayser, the Salon du Dessin is a unique and internationally renowned event which has become a reference among the collectors’ drawing world. Collectors, experts, curators, researchers and amateurs from all over the world used to take part in this event which occupies a major place in art market landscape. It would be a great pleasure, to see more than 1000 drawings gathered in the historical setting...

Paris Print Fair D-2!

Paris Print Fair D-2!

May 19—22, 2022 | Le Réfectoire du Couvent des Cordeliers, Paris Opening Preview (by invitation only): Wednesday, May 18 | 4—9PM Marking its very first edition from May 19—22, 2022, the Paris Print Fair, organized by the Chambre Syndicale de l’Estampe, du Dessin et du Tableau (CSEDT), will bring together 19 exhibitors from across Europe in the Réfectoire of the iconic Couvent des Cordeliers, located in the heart of Paris’s 6th arrondissement. Tracing the evolution of the art of printmaking from the 15th century to the present, the fair will invite visitors to immerse themselves in the diversity of practices...

Impressions d’enfance / Childhood impressions, Eugène Delâtre and Alfredo Müller

Impressions d’enfance / Childhood impressions, Eugène Delâtre and Alfredo Müller

The Daubigny Museum in Auvers-sur-Oise from April 2, 2022 to September 18, 2022. At the heart of the intellectual and artistic life of Montmartre, two engravers will actively contribute to the revival of color engraving at the turn of the 20th century. The exhibition ” Impressions d’enfance/ Childhood impressions ” introduces childhood as a theme in Eugène Delâtre (1864-1938) and Alfredo Müller’s engravings (1869-1939). From the nature of these works, among the most poetic of the two artists, arise a realm of the intimate as well as the tenderness of their looks. They also tell the story of a booming...