74 rue de Seine Métro: Quai de la Gare. By 1914 his collection included works by Pablo Picasso, Jean Metzinger, Albert Gleizes, Auguste Herbin, and Juan Gris. Hérault (34) Paris 75001 Haute-Saône (70) Métro: Assemblée Nationale. Installed near the Bastille since 1989, Patrick Seguin specializes in the big design names of the mid-20th century, including Jean Prouvé, Charlotte Perriand, Le Corbusier, Jean Royère and Pierre Jeanneret. 01.42.60.36.36. Jura (39) During leave at the end of 1916 Rosenberg, through the intermediary of Juan Gris, went to Gino Severini's studio and bought a large painting of Woman Reading; possibly Severini's 1916 Femme lisant (Jeanne dans l’atelier; La lecture n. 1). Founded more than 125 years ago and now run by the fourth generation of the Prouté family, this lovely Left Bank gallery offers prints and drawings from the 16th to the 20th century. Founded in 1968 by Bernard Steinitz, who now works together with his son Benjamin, one of the city’s best known galleries for top-level 17th- and 18th-century furniture and objets d’art, including exceptional carved wood paneling. 77, rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré Georges and François De Jonckheere are the top specialists in museum-quality 16th-and 17th-century Dutch and Flemish Old Master paintings. Métro: Rue du Bac. [7], Rosenberg also organized literary and musical events in his gallery.[10]. also at 0. Temporary gallery closures in Paris and London due to the lockdown. Eventually, the Nazi authorities looted some of his collection. Métro: Sully-Morland Sign up to the free France Today newsletter to get all the best France related content and competitions sent directly to your inbox. Paris Gallery LLC | 16,769 followers on LinkedIn. Philippe Jousse deals in modern and contemporary painting as well as 20th-century furnishing and decorative arts. 26 ave Matignon Paris 75012 Languages 41 rue de Seine Well-known dealer Pierre Passebon opened his two-story gallery in the beautiful covered passage Véro-Dodat in 1991, specializing in late 19th-century, 20th-century and contemporary furnishings and objets d’art, and also contemporary photography. Galerie Schmit. 75 rue de la Fontaine au Roi As well as his original gallery on the Left Bank, Art Deco and Art Modernes pecialist Dutko has also opened a big new space on the Ile Saint Louis, both designed by star architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte. Books, posters, artworks by Cy Twombly, Sol Lewitt, Giuseppe Penone, Jean Michel Basquiat, Miquel Barceló, Jenny Holzer, Nan Goldin, Barbara Kruger, Anselm Kiefer, Adel Abdessemed, Quentin de … Paris 75008 Amedeo Modigliani, 1916, Jacques and Berthe Lipchitz, oil on canvas, 81.3 x 54.3 cm. Ain (01) The gallery also handles 18th-century Italian vedutisti. Paris 75006 27bis rue du Bac Seine-Maritime (76) Part of the Robert and Cheska Vallois Art Deco gallery, the sculpture gallery handles 19th/20th-century artists including Rodin, Gauguin, Pompon, Bugatti, Laurens, Lipschitz, Zadkine and Orloff.  – Hotels 46 rue de Seine Métro: Franklin D. Roosevelt. Happening art-and-fashion gallery in the Marais, home of the makers of the 2009 limited-edition Nike sneakers. A contemporary gallery featuring established and up-and-coming artists. The gallery was open to all forms of Cubist and Abstract art. Modern and contemporary paintings and drawings. Museum-quality medieval to 19th-century antiques of all kinds, from furniture and sculpture to jewelry and scientific instruments, displayed in a spectacular 19th-century Left Bank mansion run by fifth-generation dealers Nicolas and Alexis Kugel. KAI 10 | Arthena Foundation, Düsseldorf. Basket 0. Nord (59) Aisne (02) Old Masters, Impressionists, modern works and sculpture—the impressive list of artists at this gallery run by Daniel Malingue and his daughter ranges from Bonnard and Braque to Van Dongen and Vlaminck, and includes Chagall, Matisse, Klee, Picasso, Miró and Renoir. Food & Drink 7 rue Debelleyme  – Holiday Currency A contemporary gallery that exhibits and produces limited-edition furniture, lighting fixtures, and decorative objects and housewares by mostly Italian designers, including Mattia Bonetti, Carlo Molino, Gaetano Pesce and Ettore Sottsass. Loire (42) Haut-Rhin (68) Vaucluse (84) Aude (11)  – Attractions Métro: St. Germain des Prés. Isère (38) Paris 75008 396 rue St-Honoré Pyrénées-Orientales (66) The gallery also shows works by Provençal artist Pierre Cornu (1895–1996) and German artist Franz Priking (1929–1979).