For nearly 30 years, the Galerie Saint-Roch, located between the Rue Saint-Honoré and the Jardin des Tuileries on the site of an old chapel dating from 1860, presents contemporary figurative artists of international renown.
Galerie Saint-Roch presents since 1990, on two floors of exhibition, a selection of paintings, pastels, gouaches, drawings, contemporary figurative artists. Since then, important exhibitions have been organized every year, either with a single artist or with all the artists in the gallery.
Galerie Saint-Roch offers its clients and the public some still lifes of flowers or fruit on a seabed, a violin and its score, a dressing table or an enamel pitcher filled with flowers. Landscapes representing an ideal nature, recomposed by the artist to sublimate nature. Marines, the subject of which is the sea, a boat stranded on the sand, the docking of a sailboat at a pontoon, a regatta or simply scenes of children’s games on the beach.
The painters: Robert G. Schmidt, Miquel Amengual, Rikka Ayasaki, A. Billion, Fred Calichon, A. Cojan, Bernard Marie Collet, Desclaux, Joë Fougères, D. Frély, S. Lestringant, A. Matallana, Clotilde Nadel, Navarra, Pantel, D. Sannier, Schulte, Vamvouli, Weissman.
Lithographers: Robert G. Schmidt, Triolet
Sculptors: François Bel, Francesca
Ceramicists: François-Marie Billard
Galerie Saint-Roch also seeks upon its customers’ request, masterpieces of old and modern masters as well as artworks. For any query, please click here.
Show « Small Sizes »
starting December 6, 2018
This new small sizes show invites you to explore the Mediterranean coast of Robert G. Schmidt and Eysseric where boats sail with the wind and colors burst in the sun.
You will also discover the Venetian markets of Joë Fougères, the Greek ports of Vamvouli, the landscapes of Provence in shades of gray, white and ocher of Pantel, and in the mauve and orange tones of Sannier, the Parisian café scenes of Miquel Amengual, the evening lights on Paris of Weissmann, the snow or seaside landscapes where children frolic in the snow or in the water of A. Billion, the watercolors of the south and the typical Parisian scenes of Fred Calichon, the still lifes of Matallana, and New York views of C. Nadel.
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