Located in the heart of Paris, at 34 avenue Matignon, the gallery Florence de Voldère is known for dealing in Flemish Old Master paintings from the 16th and 17th century for the past 30 years.
Renowned for her choices and discoveries of great works by Old Masters, Florence de Voldère has also distinguished herself in the academic world thanks to her lectures and publications, among them a History of “Flemish painting from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century”, which was awarded a medal in 2011 by the Institut de France.
The gallery participates in major fine arts fairs in Paris, Milan, Maastricht, Basel or Brussels, usually with thematic exhibitions which extends the taste and vitality of Flemish painting. She has forged privileged relationships with her clients based on trust and advice.
Isaak SOREAU (1604 – 1644)
Basket of grapes, apricots and branch of currants on a ledge
Oil on copper
27,6 x 34 cm