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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...

The Paris Print Fair … soon!

The Paris Print Fair … soon!

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...

New catalogue, Paul Prouté gallery

New catalogue, Paul Prouté gallery

Discovering the works of Félix Buhot   Between Romanticism and Impressionism, Félix Buhot (1847-1898) is credited with reviving art of etching in late nineteenth-century. The gallery is pleased to present in its most current catalog a selection of engravings, most of which come directly from the artist’s family, in order to pay tribute to this whimsical and inventive engraver.   1 National Holiday on the Boulevard de Clichy, 1878. Etching, drypoint and aquatint, 320 × 240, margins 485 × 335 (Bourcard and Goodfriend 127 vii/viii). Artist’s red stamp (Lugt 977).   2 The Little  Marine, Souvenir of Medway, 1879. Etching,...

Nicolas Guilbert exhibition, baudoin lebon gallery

Nicolas Guilbert exhibition, baudoin lebon gallery

Exhibition until saturday may 7, 2022 The Baudoin Lebon gallery is very  pleased to introduce Nicolas Guilbert. In constant experimentation, the artist staying true to his sensitivity and humor, creates poetic compositions on paper, combining drawings, photographs, inks and collages… These drawings will be accompanied by miniature cabinets of curiosities, named the «Iconobox», which deliver, in a wooden case, the dreamlike universe of Nicolas Guilbert.   Legends of works : Nicolas GUILBERT, mixed media drawing, 2021© Bertrand Huet / Tutti courtesy baudoin lebon

Disappearance – Hubert Prouté

Disappearance – Hubert Prouté

Our trader association lost one of its most prominent members in the person of Mr. Hubert Prouté, who passed away at the age of 99. “Hubert Prouté took over the gallery management in 1973, assisted by his wife Michèle and they were later joined by their two daughters, the twin sisters Sylvie et Annie in 1980,  Michèle Prouté, along with Hubert, intensified her purchases of old drawings, developing a taste for the Italian schools in particular”.(…) Reacquaint yourself with the history of this gallery and its long-standing presence since the second half of the 19th century! History of the gallery

“Transe canadienne”, Ariane Fruit’s exhibition, Documents 15 gallery

“Transe canadienne”, Ariane Fruit’s exhibition, Documents 15 gallery

Exhibition from april 8, 2022 to may 7, 2022   The exhibition  “Transe canadienne Canadian exhaltation”, our second exhibition dedicated to the artist Ariane Fruit (born in 1975 in Rouen) is an opportunity to show in its entirety the series of eponymous woodcuts made by the artist to echo her journey across Canada by train in 2019.“A dive into infinite expanses, golden meadows undulated by the wind, cultivated fields as far as the eye can see, scenery of lakes, innumerable and generous forests which up to the top of their peaks let us glimpse their murky  depth “. We can...