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Galerie Gismondi

specialized in 17th and 18th century works of art and furniture.
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The internationally renowned Gismondi gallery is based in in the luxury 8th arrondissement of Paris city centre and specializes in furniture, decorative arts dating from the 15th to 19th Century, and on the lesser scale in sculptures, old masters and drawings dating from the 16th to 18th century. The gallery was founded by M. Jean Gismondi in 1966, originally located in Antibes, the gallery expanded in 1980 and relocated itself to the luxury city centre of Paris at its actual location where the gallery operates on a 700 sqm three stories building located on the 20 rue Royale. The gallery is a member of the Syndicat National des Antiquaires since 1970 and participates in the Biennale de Antiquaires since 1974. The gallery has also always been active in the promotion of arts and the art market, periodically creating events and exhibitions at its main gallery space and regularly issues catalogues of their discoveries. Through the years the gallery also helped and encouraged many scholars and it always keeps their doors opened to researchers.Mrs Sabrina Gismondi collaborated with her father/founder of the gallery since 1986 and participated in the operation of the gallery since then. She proudly took over the gallery after M. Jean Gismondi passed away since 2014. She actively continues the promotion of the gallery and its development and would be very proud to participate in the internationally renowned TEFAF Art fair.

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