Galerie Paul Prouté
Les origines de la lithographie en France
The exhibition, curated by Francesca Dini, a top expert on the artist and author of the Catalogue Raisonne of Giovanni Boldini’s work, traces the artist’s career from his first years in Paris to the large female portraits of the early 20th century through a careful juxtaposition of known and never-published works. The exhibition brings together a judicious, wide-ranging selection of paintings, watercolours and drawings, with the aim of highlighting the artist’s versatility, the compositional skill in his works, the refinement of his drawings and his virtuosity as a painter.
Cortona Fine Arts
Eclectic, multifaceted, multifaceted’. The description of the temper of the Emperor Hadrian, traced in the Epitome de Caesaribus and taken up in a famous book by Marguerite Yourcenar, seems to be the ideal introduction to the works collected in this third catalogue published by the Cortona Fine Arts Gallery. Edited by Luca G. Baroni, with Enrico and Federico Cortona
Galerie Paul Prouté
19th and early 20th century drawings - Architecture and Ornament
19th and 20th century drawings and paintings
Drawings and paintings since 1950
Prints from the 16th and 17th centuries
Prints from the 18th century
Prints from the 19th and 20th centuries
Prints since 1950
Ambroise Duchemin publishes each year in March, a catalog centered on works on paper. This is published on the occasion of his first participation in the Salon du Dessin.
The exhibition, curated by Virginia Baradei, in collaboration with Ester Coen and Niccolo D'Agati, presents a meticulous selection of works, especially around forty pre-Futurist works on paper, made by Umberto Boccioni between 1901 and 1909. These were the years in which the young Boccioni strengthened his artistic vocation through periods of study in Rome, Padua, Venice, and Milan, interspersed with an important stay in Paris in 1906 and his subsequent trip to Russia.
This master of thought and emotion, who came to sculpture through the enchanted paths of music, continues his journey there through the paths of poetry, drawing, engraving... Art, for him, is identical to itself, because it finds in it, whatever its expression, an opportunity to bring to the world the same message, which is above all the message of the spirit and of the soul.
Galerie de la Présidence
An exhibition to celebrate Galerie de la Présidence’s 50th anniversary.
An invitation to travel through 32 works by 19 artists, with the major painters that we have been presenting for 50 years already:
Eugène BOUDIN, Henri-Edmond CROSS, Sonia DELAUNAY, Jean FAUTRIER, Marcel GROMAIRE, Francis GRUBER, Armand GUILLAUMIN, Simon HANTAÏ, Hans HARTUNG, Jean HÉLION, Yves KLEIN, Henri MANGUIN, Albert MARQUET, Serge POLIAKOFF, Paul SIGNAC, Victor VASARELY, Geer van VELDE, Maria Helena VIEIRA DA SILVA, Maurice de VLAMINCK
Exhibitions of works by Alfred Manessier, mostly on paper, created between 1940 and 1960.
Stephen Ongpin Fine Art
Seventy drawings, watercolours and oil sketches dating from c.1820 to c.1960, and includes works by Frank Auerbach, David Bomberg, Eugène Boudin, Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, Henri Edmond Cross, Edgar Degas, Eugène Delacroix, Lucian Freud, Victor Hugo, Paul Klee, Henri Le Sidaner, John Frederick Lewis, Jean-François Millet, John Minton, Arthur Melville, Samuel Palmer, Pablo Picasso, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Walter Sickert, Edouard Vuillard, James McNeill Whistler, and many others.
Softback 79 pages
Publisher: Waddington Custot, London
Dimensions: 31x1x23 cm
This richly illustrated publication accompanies the first solo show of Paul Feeley’s work in Europe for over 50 years, ‘Paul Feeley: Space Stands Still’ at Waddington Custot, London. It focuses on Feeley’s renowned teaching years at Bennington College, where he taught many influential artists, including Helen Frankenthaler, and collaborated curatorially with Clement Greenberg.
The catalogue features new texts by Dr Ruth Bretherick, Dr Matthew Holman and Dr Douglas Dreishpoon that chart the development of Feeley’s abstraction. It also reproduces rare archival material, including photographs from Feeley’s Guggenheim memorial retrospective (1968) alongside images of Feeley’s paintings and sculptures, to offer a rich picture of Feeley’s unique contribution to American abstraction.
Ceramist, sculptor, draftsman and engraver, Arthur Craco is recognized as one of the major artists of Art Nouveau ceramics in Belgium. Close to symbolist and idealist circles, his works are imbued with a mysticism that calls for the quest for the Ideal, where the expression of the idea prevails over the representation of the image.
Rosenberg & Co
A selective survey ranging from the fin de siècle to the 1950s, European Masters of the Early Twentieth Century is a sketch of the political and artistic upheaval that shaped the character of our world today.
From late Impressionism and early Cubist experimentation, to the inter-war return to figuration, the pieces in this exhibition both epitomize and push the boundaries of the era’s movements. They also demonstrate the aesthetic and social interconnectedness of the great artists over decades.
Galerie de Bayser
CDF écrit par Axel Moulinier sur les artistes français du début du XVIIIème siècle de l’entourage de Watteau : Nicolas Vleughels, Claude Gillot, Jacques-Jean Spoede, Pierre Angilis, Philippe Mercier, Nicolas Lancret, Jean-Baptiste Pater, Pierre-Antoine Quilliard et Bonaventure de Bar
The exhibition, curated by Fabio Benzi, a distinguished scholar of Futurism and, in particular, of the work of Giacomo Balla, examines the artist's Futurist work with a special attention to his activity in the fields of the applied arts. The exhibition presents various paintings, drawings, studies and projects for household furnishings. Thanks to his great ability and extraordinary inventiveness, Balla was able to anticipate modern design.
Due to the gravity of the international situation resulting from the spread of COVID-19 and in order to protect the health of all parties concerned, we have decided to cancel the 29th edition of the Salon du dessin.
France officially declared a state of health emergency on 24 March for two months and there are still numerous uncertainties regarding the evolution of the pandemic over the coming months. These factors make it impossible to reprogram the Salon before the summer of 2020 and the Salon du dessin, which usually attracts numerous other events in Paris for a week, will therefore not take place this year.
Louis de Bayser, President of the Salon du dessin said “this is a difficult decision to take with regard to all those who worked hard for this edition, but our priority is to protect the health of all our exhibitors, visitors and partners”.
We send our thoughts to all those affected by this epidemic and hope that this unprecedented health situation will quickly change favorably.
The organizers of the Fair