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A story of passion
In the heart of Paris, between Saint-Germain des Prés and the Louvre Museum, Eric Chapoulart opened an art gallery in 1986, at 11 rue des saints-pères.
It specialises in 19th and early 20th century Petits Maîtres, as well as a selection of furniture and objets d'art from the 17th to the 20th century.
Very attached to the Carré Rive Gauche, historically dedicated to the arts, and regrouping many renowned antique dealers, he decided in 2005 to open a second gallery in the same street with the same objective: to defend 19th century painting.
From still life to Parisian views, from classicism to post-impressionism, you can discover, in the course of the rooms of a former Haussmannian flat, rare and great artists.
We all know Monet, Rosa Bonheur, Géricault... yet many painters, who make up 60% of the collections of French museums, remain unknown to the general public.
Eric Chapoulart therefore decided to defend them.
From Paris to Bordeaux, via Marseille, but also Italy, Belgium or Russia, there are more than 300 artists that we invite you to get to know.
Strollers and amateurs will also find a wide choice of objects and furniture.
Eric Chapoulart, a native of the Lot region in southwest France, is opening another gallery.
Located between Brive-la-Gaillarde and Cahors, Bretenoux, it is in a space of more than 200m that a large choice of regional, Italian and Spanish furniture is displayed.
From the 15th to the 20th century, you will evolve in a "country house" atmosphere.
At the bend of a staircase or behind a piece of furniture; you will discover curious objects: religious, decorative, thundering or atypical.
Our galleries in pictures
75006 PARIS & 46130 Bretenoux