Christophe de Quénetain

European furniture, decorative arts and sculpture

Locations

London
53 Millbank, SW1P 4RL, Westminster, London, United Kingdom
Paris
36, rue de Lübeck, 75116, Paris, France
The discerning eye of Dr. Christophe de Quenetain always seeks the timeless modernity across all fields of European Art from furniture to ceramics. Working with his colleagues Marella Rossi and Camille Leprince, Christophe has always been passionate about classical art research as shown by his solid university curriculum and practical training at the École Boulle. Academic publications are regularly published with in-depth studies illustrating the artistic value of the objects as well as their historical importance.
Ever since first attending TEFAF in 2014, de Quenetain has aimed to present a selection of rediscovered masterpieces. Each year the exhibition is curated by a world renowned architect - Pierre Yovanovitch, Éric Allart, Charles Zana - with contemporary works made specifically for the show by artists such as Pascale Marthine Tayou, Bradley Sabin, Pierre Peyrolle, Johan Creten, Loris Cecchini and Daniel Buren.
Every year the museum quality of the objects on show in this unique display seduces discerning collectors and the most important international museums : the Musée national de la Renaissance, Écouen, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Rienzi Collection, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, the Musée Fabre, Montpellier, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, the Musée des beaux-arts, Orléans, the Krakow Salt Works Museum, Wieliczka, the Sèvres, Manufacture et Musée nationaux, the Detroit Institute of Art and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Exhibitions

Artists

  • Elias Adam
  • Siro Antonio Africa
  • Jean Armand
  • Aubusson Manufactory
  • Henri Auguste
  • Lorenzo Bartolini
  • Joseph Baumhauer
  • Beauvais Manufactory
  • Balthasar Friedrich Behrens
  • Ferdinand Berthoud
  • Nicolas Besnier
  • Louis-Auguste-Alfred Beurdeley
  • Martin-Guillaume Biennais
  • Antonio Bonadé
  • Giuseppe Maria Bonzanigo
  • François Boucher
  • Léonard Boudin
  • Matthew Boulton
  • André-Charles Boulle
  • André-Charles II Boulle called Boulle de Sève
  • Pierre-Benoît Boulle
  • Philippe Caffieri
  • César Campe
  • Ulisse Cantagalli
  • Capodimonte Porcelain Manufactory
  • Martin Carlin
  • Antoine-Denis Chaudet
  • Antoine Coysevox
  • Mathieu-Guillaume Cramer
  • Charles Cressent
  • Antoine-Mathieu Criaerd
  • Dominique Daguerre
  • Pierre-Maximilien Delafontaine
  • Jean-Charles Delafosse
  • Louis Delanois
  • Jean Desforges
  • Doccia Porcelain Manufactory
  • Charles-Nicolas Dodin
  • Jacques Dubois
  • René Dubois
  • Filippo Falciatore
  • Pierre Garnier
  • François Garnier
  • Antoine-Robert Gaudreau
  • Joseph Gengenbach called Canabas
  • François-Thomas Germain
  • François Girardon
  • Gobelins Manufactory
  • Pierre Gole
  • Pierre Gouthière
  • Pierre Hache
  • Jean-François Hache
  • Nicolas Heurtaut
  • Georges Jacob
  • François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter
  • Jean-Louis Journet
  • Gilles Joubert
  • Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin
  • Jean Francois Leleu
  • Jean-Joseph Lemaire
  • Etienne Levasseur
  • Balthazar Lieutaud
  • Martin-Eloy Lignereux
  • Meissen Porcelain Manufactory
  • Pierre IV Migeon
  • Pierre Mignard
  • Jean Moisy
  • Philippe–Claude Montigny
  • Nast Porcelain Manufactory
  • Jean-François Oeben
  • Simon Oeben
  • Marie d’Orléans
  • Nicolas Petit
  • Jean-Baptiste-Marie Pierre
  • Pietro Pieffetti
  • Jean-Baptiste de Poilly
  • Johann Jacob I Priester
  • Jean-Louis Prieur
  • Jean-Henri Riesener
  • Jean-Joseph Saint-Germain
  • Bernard Salomon
  • Jacques-Charles Saunier
  • Savonnerie Manufactory
  • Sèvres Porcelain Manufactory
  • Pierre-Philippe Thomire
  • Auguste Trouchaud
  • Jean-Batiste Tuart
  • Nicola da Urbino
  • Bernard Ier Van Risenburgh
  • Bernard II Van Risenburgh
  • Bernard III Van Risenburgh
  • Luigi Valadier
  • Claude Vassé
  • Vienna Porcelain Manufactory Augarten
  • Josiah Wedgwood and Sons
  • Adam Weisweiler