Directors: Jean-Luc Baroni, Marty de Cambiaire

16, place Vendôme
75001 Paris

Phone: +33 (0)1 49 26 07 03


Jean-Luc Baroni has been active in the field of paintings and drawings for nearly fifty years, with decades of gallery exhibitions, participation in international fairs and an extensive range of published catalogues. Having worked with very many of the major international museums and collections he brings his extensive experience and well-known connoisseurship to this association.

Having created their own gallery ten years ago, Laurie and Emmanuel Marty de Cambiaire have already gained a well-established place in the art market both in France and internationally. They present regular exhibitions and also specialise in publishing scholarly catalogues in which the works presented have been carefully studied and documented.

Convinced of the benefit that the alliance of two generations can bring, Jean-Luc Baroni and Marty de Cambiaire decided to seize the opportunity of the Salon du Dessin to work together, presenting a distinctive selection of fine works on paper from the fifteenth to the twentieth century.

Canaletto, Caprice architectural

Giovanni Antonio CANAL,
(Venice 1697 - 1768)

Architectural Capriccio: a courtyard with a double-arched portico surmounted by an elaborate pediment

Pen and golden brown ink and shades of grey wash, over light indications of perspective in black chalk, within brown ink framing lines.

Signed in brown ink, lower left margin: Antonio Canal del.
227 x 335 mm
(8 15/16 x 13 3/16 in.)

This magnificent architectural study by the most famous vedute painter of the 18th century can be considered the pendant of the 'Capriccio with a rotunda' in the Fogg Museum, Cambridge, MA. Both were executed around 1763-1764 and engraved by Jacopo Monaco.