Art galleries are increasingly present at the Chatou Fair. The Jean-Paul Sourillan Gallery presents works by artists from the Ecole de Paris such as Gen Paul, Bernard Buffet, Kijno and contemporary artist, Beaufils.

Ghislaine Gantelmi d’Ile has a distinct taste and offers a stylised selection presenting key Modern art figures such as Georges Mathieu, Paul Sérusier and Maurice Denis. The Galerie Bouscayrol will show leading Modern art signatures such as Combas, Hambourg, ou Brayer and the Galerie Amalthée is specialised in l’Ecole de Rouen.

We particularly appreciate the Breton works chosen by Yves Bouger, a gallery owner based in Granville, the original hang of Pierre Suzanne’s stand. Do not miss out on the bric-a- brac stand belonging to Thierry Chardon where Aurélie Nemours prints are placed alongside old paintings waiting to be rediscovered.

Dealers, Catherine and Olivier Boucard from the Galerie Tempera, buy works of art as if they were collectors always privileging trust and quality. They show modern paintings from the 1920s and 1930s and abstract work from the 1950s.

Marie Thérèse Boyrié is a gallery owner based in St Quirin, one of the most beautiful villages in France located in the Vosges region. She is a leading figure on the antique scene as she was the first gallery to present contemporary art within an antiques fair. Today, she represents painters and internationally known sculptures such as Jivko, Hadrien David, Kasper and Gambino.

School of Barbizon and School of Rouen

The gallery Amalée, founded by Alain and Anne-Marie Letailleur, has real expertise in the artists of the School of Barbizon and the School of Rouen, the fruit of nearly 50 years of experience. Alain Letailleur fell in love with the Barbizon School when he discovered a work by Camille Corot in a mixed lot at the Drouot auction house. His interest in the Rouen School came from his grandfather, a doctor in Rouen, who had met all the great painters in the city at the time.

The gallery is currently preparing the catalogue raisonné for Robert Pinchon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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