Galerie Sismann at Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale 2022

Discover Galerie Sismann's stand at Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale 2022.

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About Galerie Sismann


Gabriela and Mathieu Sismann’s passion for Old Master Sculpture led them to create their gallery in 1994 in Paris. Their international standing gallery has gained widespread renown as one of the few exhibition spaces devoted to a whole spectrum of European dating from the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Classical and the Baroque periods and the 18th century. Driven by their instinct for fine pieces and their fascination with the spiritual aspect of the creative process, their acquisitions reflect a quest for rare, unknown or forgotten works of art. Most of their works are totally unknown to the art market and constitute real artistic discoveries accompanied by research often leading to attributions. Gabriela and Mathieu Sismann are among the leaders of French, German and Italian Renaissance Gothic sculpture and are also present on Italian and Flemish Baroque sculpture.


33, Quai Voltaire

75007 Paris

France

T: +33 1 42 97 47 71

www.galerie-sismann.com


About Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale


The inaugural edition of Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale takes place at the prestigious Carrousel du Louvre, from 9 to 13 November 2022, before moving to the Grand Palais Ephémère in November 2023 and the renovated Grand Palais in November 2024. 86 internationally renowned galleries and talented young dealers will participate in what promises to be a major event in the global art market calendar. A showcase of art, culture, savoir-faire and heritage, Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale will present carefully selected artworks spanning no fewer than 14 categories, including Antiquities, Old Masters, Antique Furniture, Modern & Contemporary Art, Tapestries, Ceramics, Jewellery but also Tribal Art, Asian Art, Islamic Art and Books & Manuscripts. 99 rue de Rivoli 75001 Paris France T: + 33 (0)1 45 22 61 06 https://fineartsparislabiennale.com #VR #FINEARTSPARISLABIENNALE #GALERIESISMANN