Stand 34

8, rue Drouot, 75009 Paris
Phone: +33 (0)1 48 24 49 35

Nestled in a small, tree-shaded courtyard in the heart of the Drouot quarter, the Edouard Ambroselli Gallery invites you to discover, behind closed doors, a set of selected works, all of which are quite exceptional.

Passionate about “the modern in the ancient”, for many years Édouard Ambroselli has specialised in paintings and drawings from the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century. Also cultivating an interest in sculpture from the Middle Ages to the present day, he has a preference for clay modelling, which, he feels, has a more spontaneous appearance which reveals more about the artist’s inner genius.

Marcus BEHMER (1879-1958) Kunstausstellung Secession / recto
Marcus BEHMER (1879-1958)
Kunstausstellung Secession
february – march 1902
Charcoal on yellow vellum paper
Signed « MARKI » lower right
25 x 14,5 cm

Galerie Edouard Ambroselli - Marcus Behmer : Kunstausstellung Secession - Verso
Marcus BEHMER (1879-1958)
Kunstausstellung Secession
Ca. 1902
Charcoal on yellow vellum paper
25 x 14,5 cm

Edouard Ambroselli - Ville VALLGREN, La Mère, circa 1893, original terracotta
Carl Wilhelm WALLGREN, known as Ville VALLGREN (1855-1940)
La Mère
Circa 1893
Original terracotta
Signed « Vallgren » on the base
H. 30 cm D. 16 cm W. 12,5 cm




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