Having built up years of experience as a collector, Franck Baulme went on to launch a gallery in Paris as from 2008. Since 2014 he has settled in a gallery in the Hotel de Tessé, an 18th century palace located on the left bank of the Seine, 1 Quai Voltaire in front of the Louvre, where he presents 16th to 19th century paintings and drawings, mainly French, Italian, Flemish and Dutch.
Museums such as the Louvre, the Musée Fabre in Montpellier, the Musée de la Vie Romantique, the Musée des Beaux-Arts of Orléans, the Royal Castle of Warsaw, the National Gallery of Washington, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and many more have in the last years purchased works of art from his gallery.
George ROMNEY (1734- 1802)
Crayon, pen and gray ink, gray wash
32.8 x 45 cm
Auger LUCAS (1685-1765)
Oil on canvas
65.5 x 82 cm
One of four paintings staging the Four Seasons