GALERIE PERRIN

France

98, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris
Phone: +33 (0)1 42 65 01 38
contact@galerieperrin.com
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PERRIN FINE ARTS, Pierre-Jacques VOLAIRE, The eruption of Vesuvius
   

Dedicated to the arts for the past three generations, the Perrin family is one of the most acclaimed authorities in French 18th century fine art.

From its prestigious showroom on the Faubourg Saint Honoré in Paris, the Galerie Perrin radiates 17th, 18th and early 19th century art onto the world. Indeed, Galerie Perrin has been participating in the Paris Biennale since it was launched, and each year exhibits at the TEFAF European Art Fair,in Maastricht as well as in New York, at the BRAFA in Brussels and Masterpieces in London. Galerie Perrin exemplifies the goût français in its most refined and ultimate luxurious attributes, offering a new vision emphasizing pure and sleeker outlines, bringing together past and future, classicism and modernity.

As a result of its praised choices and notorious expertise in serving official organizations, Galerie Perrin has repeatedly been cooperating with the most prominent institutions throughout the years. Its clientele includes the château of Versailles, the Museum of Marly and the Mobilier national in France, as well as the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the J. Paul Getty Museum in Malibu in the United States.

Thus Galerie Perrin is the ultimate destination for distinguished and discerning collectors, worldly international interior designers and museum curators seeking rare objects and reliable guidance.

PERRIN FINE ARTS, Johann Valentin SONNENSCHEIN, The coronation of a poet: tribute to Salomon Gessner
Johann Valentin SONNENSCHEIN

Johann Valentin SONNENSCHEIN (1749-1828)
The coronation of a poet: tribute to Salomon Gessner (1730-1788)
Zurich, circa 1775-1780

Terracotta
55 x 40 x 26 cm

PERRIN FINE ARTS, Pierre-Jacques VOLAIRE, The eruption of Vesuvius
Pierre-Jacques VOLAIRE

Pierre-Jacques VOLAIRE known as Le Chevalier VOLAIRE (1729-1802)
The eruption of Vesuvius
French school, circa 1780