GALERIE 1900-2000


Directors: Marcel Fleiss & David Fleiss

8 Rue Bonaparte
75006 Paris

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Galerie 1900-2000

Marcel Fleiss opened the Galerie des Quatre Mouvements in 1972, encouraged by his friend Man Ray, with an exhibition of forty of the artist’s rayograms.

At the Galerie des Quatre Mouvements, then, from 1981, at the Galerie 1900-2000, Marcel Fleiss organized more than 150 exhibitions devoted to major artists or rediscoveries, and published more than 100 catalogues, some considered as sources of rare and important primary documentation. Since 1991, his son David has developed among others the photographic department.

Currently, Marcel and David Fleiss together devote themselves primarily to Surrealism (paintings, drawings, and photographs), while continuing to champion the art of the 20th Century and the emerging art of the 21st Century.

Galerie 1900-2000, Joan MIRÓ, Sans titre - La promenade de la belle anglaise, 1924


Barcelone 1893 - Palma de Majorque 1983


Sans titre - La promenade de la belle anglaise, 1924

Signed and dated at bottom right
Pencil, pastel, watercolour and collage on paper
45 x 56 cm

Titled “La promenade de la belle anglaise” on a preparatory drawing.



- Simone Collinet, Paris
- Galleria Narciso, Turin
- Private collection, Italy



“Joan Miró”, Catalogue Raisonné. Drawings I 1901-1937, Daniel Lelong-Successión Miró, Paris, 2008, reproduced p. 112 N° 220.



“Fantastic Art Dada Surrealism”, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, from December 9th 1936 to January 17th 1937, secund edition of 1937 mentioned N°432 p. 273"1908-1928", Galleria Schwarz, Milan, collective exhibition organized in October 1964, reproduced and mentioned.

“Omaggio a Breton”, Torino, Galleria d’Arte “La Bussola”, April 12th 1967, reproduced.“Da Dada al Surrealismo”, Galleria Narciso, Torino, from November 26th 1967 to January 5th 1968, reproduced N°67. "Joan Miró. La realidad absoluta. Paris, 1920-1945", Guggenheim Bilbao, Spain, from February 10 to May 28th 2023, reproduced p.72