The gallery is pleased to participate to Tefaf Online.
Following the announcement of the French government concerning the lockdown, the edition of the Show planned at the Palais Brongniart is cancelled.
The planned exhibition is postponed for a future artistic event.
This is the first participation of the Galerie Fabienne Fiacre at the Maastricht fair. Fabienne Fiacre was selected for the 2020 edition of the Tefaf Showcase along with five other dealers of different nationalities, all of whom have been gallery owners for less than ten years. She is committed to defending French 19th century works, both seductive and significant, in a coherent whole highlighting her taste for Ingresque paintings (Ingres versus Delacroix) and for portraits in particular, which are more easily accessible to a wide public. More information
The Gallery presents at Fine Arts Paris 2019 paintings and drawings, all small formats, old and modern, playing on an overall decorative aesthetic and the eclecticism of its tastes.
These paintings or drawings-objects with delicate poetry are sometimes the first preparatory drafts for large compositions or simply virtuoso works of art created for themselves. The artist plays on the primacy of visual sensation in a small space and often expresses an intimate part of himself. More information
Works by Edouard Hostein, Georges-Paul Leroux, Alphonse-Michel Mandevare, Gustave Doré,Henri Rivière, Charles Guilloux, Charles Lacoste, Marcel Damboise, Giuseppe Gambarini, Neville-Stephen Bulwer-Lytton, Léon Cogniet, Pierre-Marie Poisson, Paul Delaroche, Edouard Dubuffe, Auguste-Siméon Garnerey, Tony Johannot, Paul César Helleu, Jean Decker, Eugène Carrière, Georges Wakhevitch, Eugène Berman, Christian Bérard, André Devambez, Jean Mayodon, Charles Guilloux, Jules-Cyrille Cavé, Villé Vallgren, Louis-Adolphe Hervier, Alexandre Serebriakoff, Théophile-Alexandre Steinlen, Louis-Auguste Lapito, Jan Hendrik Nicolaij, Albert Aublet, Auguste Bonheur, Ercole Gigante, Louis-Nicolas Cabat, Paul Huet.
The Gallery exhibits the contemporary bronze bestiary of Denis Polge (born in 1972) with a set of drawings from the 19th and 20th centuries, selected for their aesthetic qualities and their common techniques of graphite pencil, black stone, charcoal or China ink, thus reducing the expression of the medium to black, thus harmonising with the presented sculptures.
It is an unknown set of paintings and a few drawings that shed light on the career of Georges Leroux, a pupil of Léon Bonnat (1833-1922) at the École des Beaux-Arts, winner of the Prix de Rome in 1906 and resident at the Villa Médicis from 1907 to 1909. Between the marvelous landscapes of pines and cypresses of Italy, the tragic or heroic paintings of the 1914-1918 war which earned him his first fame, and the later landscapes of Provence and Savoy, Georges Leroux tried among others, to propose another modernity of resolutely classical inspiration. More information
This exhibition is the first held at the Gallery on the work of Georges Leroux, a student of Léon Bonnat (1833-1922) at the École des Beaux-Arts, Prix de Rome in 1906 and a resident at the Villa Medici from 1907 to 1909. Mobilised in 1914, he continued his work as an artist on the front, preparing many drawings exhibited at the Galerie Georges Petit in 1919 and published as soon as 1915 in the newspaper L'Illustration. Between the youthful works of Parisian life, the marvelous landscapes of pine and cypress trees of the Villa d'Este and the Villa Borghese, and the tragic and heroic pages of the First World War which earned him his first fame, Georges Leroux tried with others to propose another modernity of resolutely classical inspiration.
The Gallery participates in the first edition of Fine Arts Paris, exhibition organised by the same team as the Salon du Dessin which it follows in the same place.
By its eclectic presentation of paintings, drawings and sculptures, from the 17th to the 21st centuries, the Gallery seeks to present its taste to a varied clientele of collectors and amateurs.
Fabienne Fiacre Gallery presents from March 25th to April 15th, 2016 the contemporary creations of Xavier Le Normand (born in 1978), glass artist, winner of the 2009 Liliane Bettencourt prize for the Intelligence of the Hand, combined with the Chinese inks of the young Wai Hong (born in 1982 in Shanghai) who already has an impressive international career. The ensemble is presented with 19th century drawings tending towards modernity. A black and white exhibition highlighting the common naturalist inspiration of the artists, in works mixing elegance, sobriety and sensuality.
Fabienne Fiacre Gallery presents from November 6th to 28th, 2015 these "prodigious magics of air and water", poetic impressions according to the colour of time, treated with oil, gouache or pastel. It speaks of Normandy, Brittany or the South of France, of the inconstancy of the clouds or the quivering of the waves, or of the mystery of the landscape-state of mind at the end of the century...
This beautiful ensemble is spread out between the beginning of the 19th century and the middle of the 20th century: J. Coignet, P. Huet, J. Noël, L. N. Cabat, T. Gudin, E. Boudin, C. Guilloux, E. R. Ménard, G. Leroux, J. Majorelle, J. Despujols...
Like Charles Baudelaire at the time of the Salons, come and guess "the season, the hour and the wind" and like him probably, it will not happen to you "not once, in front of these liquid or aerial magics, to complain about the absence of man".
Drawings by J. Alaux, P.-A. Baudouin, C. Bérard, A. Besnard, A.-F. Boisselier, J.-J. de Boissieu, A. Bonheur, E. Bouhot, E. Carrière, C. Chaplin, L. Cogniet L., J.-B. de Bay, A. Devambez, B.-R. Dietzsch, J.-L. Gérôme, E. Gigante., P.-C. Helleu, T. Johannot, A.-X. Leprince, L.A. Lhermitte, M. Mandevare, E. Maxence, L.-O. Merson, A. Osbert, J.H.A Pernet, R. Salis, A. Tavernier, H. Vernet, J. Villon, G. Wakhevitch.
Works of Joseph Bail, Félix-Joseph Barrias, Jean Benner, Albert Besnard, François Bonvin, Émile-Antoine Bourdelle, Eugène Carrière, Alexandre Charpentier, Maurice Denis, Andréé Devambez, EUgène Devéria, Léon-Ernest Drivier, Charles-Marie Dulac, Edmé-Adolphe Fontaine, Jean-Augustin Franquelin, Théodore Gudin, Jean-Louis Hamon, Jean Lecomte du Nouÿ, René-Émile Ménard, Luc-Olivier Merson, Charles Milcendeau, Alphonse Osbert, Walford Graham Robertson, Théoodre Rousseau, Paul-Émile Sautai, José Julio de Souza Pinto, Horace Vernet.
Dream of an elsewhere, Italian or French, through oils on paper by Leprince, Vernet, Gudin, Benner and Rousseau, or more idealised with paintings by Symbolists at the end of the century.
From November 6th to November 29th, in association with Chantal KIENER. Works by Joseph Bail, Félix-Joseph Barrias, Jean Benner, Albert Besnard, François Bonvin, Émile-Antoine Bourdelle, Eugène Carrière, Alexandre Charpentier, Maurice Denis, André Devambez, Eugène Devéria, Léon-Ernest Drivier, Charles-Marie Dulac, Edmé-Adolphe Fontaine, Jean-Augustin Franquelin, Théodore Gudin, Jean-Louis Hamon, Jean Lecomte du Nouÿ, René-Émile Ménard, Luc-Olivier Merson, Charles Milcendeau, Alphonse Osbert, Walford Graham Robertson, Théodore Rousseau, Paul-Émile Sautai, José Julio de Souza Pinto, Horace Vernet.
At Fabienne Fiacre Gallery, a few beautiful sheets radiate the freshness of this fascinating material that is pastel where the refinement of colours is combined with the mystery of a suspended time. Its flattering effects lend themselves willingly to the delicacy of the flesh of the Dryads or the Three Graces by Emile-René Ménard, to the sinuous curves of a presumed Portrait of Mrs. Aman-Jean or to the intimacy of Mrs. Helleu Posing for Her Husband ; to the poetic evocations of the Park of Versailles in the Fog by Levy-Dhurmer or of Simon Bussy's Starry Night; to the more prosaic naturalism of Léon Lhermitte's Ploughed Field or Pierre Ribera's Glass of Absinthe. Two beautiful watercolours from Albert Besnard's 1910 trip to India complete this ensemble. Works by Edmond Aman-Jean, Albert Besnard, Simon Bussy, Henri Gervex, Charles Guilloux, Pierre-Georges Jeanniot, Charles-Amable Lenoir, Léon-Augustin Lhermitte, Émile-René Ménard, Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer, Luc-Olivier Merson, Alphonse Osbert, Lucien Ott, André Sinet and Paul Thomas.
Astonishing face to face as that of Victor Koulbak, a Russian artist working with precision the silver point on paper prepared with marble powder, versus Denis Polge whose silk papers allow the most extreme freedom : faces and still lifes of the one, coming from private collections, coloured "fragments of paradise" and lead mines of a strange classicism of Denis Polge taken out of the cardboard boxes of his studio and shown for the first time. Victor Koulbak's Renaissance-inspired technique creates those timeless faces that haunt you long after you have left them. The slag thrown on Denis Polge's paper is like so many precious fragments of life caught in explosive and harmonious sequences that only ask the viewer to let himself be surprised.
Event organised by Carré Rive Gauche Antique Dealers and Art Galleries. Eclectic presentation of paintings and drawings from the nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Painter, sculptor, assembler, Denis Polge pursues at a good distance from the great machines of contemporary art a singular work where fragments of a personal paradise and slag of everyday life meet. His preferred tools are tissue paper, gold, bronze and plaster. Recently, painting and bringing together bits and pieces of shapes and colours that he gleaned from his vegetable garden and the rivers of the south or the streets of Paris, have become one. The paintings he exhibits today combine the yellow-orange hues of the sunset and the sharp drawing of his fetish objects. Dove, turtledove, owl, passerines, his "tended animals" watch over the mirror of his Indian papers. As in the previous series, Still Waters and Desert Sand, plants and minerals, abstract landscapes and painted images, flat surfaces and sculptures compose a fantasy landscape, more vertiginous and more disturbing than it seems at first glance.
Event organised by Carré Rive Gauche Antique Dealers and Art Galleries.
Event organised by Carré Rive Gauche Antique Dealers and Art Galleries.
Wild but familiar... The artist's sympathy for the animal world translates into an objective, quasi-photographic vision in the rendering of textures, and the search for the most accurate attitude of the animals he represents. The exact measure of the expression of their gaze gives them an incredible presence. Koulbak grants them thought. And his naturalism is reserve and poetry.
Works by Antoine-Louis Barye, Eugène Berman, Antoine-Félix Boisselier, Auguste Bonheur, Etienne Bouhot, Charles Chaplin, Alexandre-Marie Colin, Aimé-Jules Dalou, Eugène Devéria, Georges Dorignac, Louis-Alexandre Dubourg, Paul Flandrin, Jean-Léon Gérôme, Gustave-Achille Guillaumet, Lucien-Levy Dhurmer, André-Pierre Lupiac, Michel Mandevare, Edgard Maxence, Jean Mayodon, José Mingret, Jean-Baptiste Olive, René Princeteau, Benjamin Rabier, Rodolphe Salis, Alfred Stevens, Horace Vernet.