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Brame & Lorenceau was born from the association of two galleries founded, one in 1864, the other in 1865.

Over the years, the Gallery acquired an international reputation in the field of Impressionist and Modern art, acting on one hand as a dealer of works of art but also as an specialist of great renown artists such as Eugène Boudin, Gustave Caillebotte, Honoré Daumier, Edgar Degas, George Seurat, Alfred Sisley or Henri de Toulouse Lautrec.

Today represented by his direct descendants, the Gallery devotes its activity as a dealer to European and American Post-war Abstract art, supported in particular by exhibitions dedicated to Alexander Calder, Olivier Debré and Hans Hartung among others.

Maurice ESTÈVE, Aquarelle n°1022

Maurice ESTÈVE
‘Aquarelle n°1022’
Watercolour grease pencil on paper
Signed and dated at the bottom right “Esteve 70”
50 x 43,5cm – 19”5/8 x 17”1/8