Dec 01, 2011 - Dec 18, 2011
The gallery DELALANDE organized an exhibition (September - December 2011) inside the Louvre des Antiquaires in Paris around opium objects "Memories of Opiums".
About 18 000 visitors came to see it.
A book "Memories of Opiums" written in English and French has been published for the launch of this exhibition.
Dec 17, 2013 - Jan 19, 2014
The Galerie Delalande organized an exhibition on "150 pocket and table sundials" which occured in our gallery in December 2013 and January 2014 in Paris.
The objective was to create an international event by exhibiting a numerous amount of high quality pocket and table sundials, around 150 (30 being from Renaissance times), making this exhibition unique in the world and hardly done in the past.
Indeed, it has never been possible in the past to assemble such a numerous numbers of sundials of that quality, coming from various countries and makers:
a) Germany / Austria :
- Bergauer, Hager, Heinrich Muller, Karner, Lesel, Linden, Martin, Martin Willebrand, Miller, Purmann, Reinman, Rugendas, Schniep, Troschel, Tucher, Vetter, Voigtlander, Willebrand,…
b) France / Flanders
- Baradelle, Blondeau, Bloud, Butterfield, Canivet, Chapotot, Chesnon, Coignet, Cremstorff, Danfrie, Delure, Dujardin, Greban, Guibout, Langlois, Laurier, Lefebvre, Lemaire, Macquart, Norry, Noury, Thoury, Sevin, Zeelst…
c) Italy including Lusuerg, Vulpariae, etc…
d) Persian, etc…
e) English with Humphrey Cole...
During that period, we also exhibited in our gallery a collection of astrolabes and armillary spheres.
Accompanied with full-detailed 430 pages reference book English/French including colored pictures.
Feb 12, 2014 - Jul 06, 2014
The DELALANDE gallery has been very proud to participate to the exhibition of the French National Maritime Museum on the "Obelisque journey" (12 February - 6 July 2014) by lending to the museum a famous watercolor of our own collection painted by Antoine Roux on the subject.
Jun 01, 2014 - Jun 30, 2014
We had the great pleasure to organize ourselves an exhibition of French Official Marine Painters at the Yacht Club de France in June 2014.
Please discover below some photos of the watercolors exhibited :
- Roux family
- Paul Signac
- Léon Haffner
- Albert Sébille, etc..
Oct 07, 2015 - Oct 31, 2015
The Galerie Delalande organized the exhibition "Hourglasses of the Past" between the 7th and the 31st of October 2015.
Around 110 hourglasses between 15th and 19th centuries were exhibited.
Same as our exhibition on Pocket and table sundials in 2013/2014, it was the first time ever that an exhibition on sandglasses assembled such quantity and quality ones.
On this occasion, we published a reference book "Sabliers d'Autrefois, Hourglasses of the Past, Clessidre d'Altri tempi", written in French, English, Italian, 400 pages with numerous art pictures covering the exhibited items with features covering history, the making techniques and main hourglasses families, between others.
Sep 11, 2019 - Sep 17, 2019
Galerie Delalande organised, between 11th and 17th of September 2019, an exhibition of marine painters from the Roux dynasty of Marseille in its gallery, displaying around thirty works by different members of the family.
In addition to the excellence of the works and their great decorative character, this exhibition has sought to contribute to the knowledge of the boats of the periods concerned in the most diverse aspects: cabotage, deep-sea trade, combat ships, manoeuvres, the beginnings of steam, historical scenes, privateers, etc...
The eye of the painter, the precision and accuracy of his observations are also elements to be considered as fundamental to allow us to better understand the traditional art of using sails for sailing.
Jan 20, 2021 - Mar 31, 2021
From 1919, Pablo Picasso would regularly travel to the South of France. He became quickly enchanted by the charm and the culture of the region that would provide the artist with endless creative stimulation. The mystique of Côte d'Azur inspired Picasso's most innovative ideas such as his collaboration with the Ramié couple, founders of the renown Madoura workshop. Through the exploration of the ceramic technique, the sculptor manufactured a wonderful universe filled with forms and textures. The French Riviera also enhanced his fascination with with the Faune, a playful symbol of peace and fertility with whom he identified.
Through Picasso x Vallauris, Bailly Gallery pays tribute to this extraordinary artist and his beloved Côte d'Azur that had become his new home.
The exhibition presents a testimony of a lifetime accomplishments carefully composed by a selection of drawings, oil on canvas and ceramics.
Jan 25, 2021 - Feb 14, 2021
French auctioneers Rois-Vauprés Enchères will hammer down on Valentine's Day with the experts Laurent Dodier (SNA, SFEP) and Anthony JP Meyer (SNA, SFEP & CEEA) an auction comprising 3 private collections of early Oceanic Art from New Caledonia and Polynesia, including a set of rare drawings by the Solomon Islands artist Somuk as well as several fine pieces from British Columbia, precolombian stone objects, an orientaliste painting, modern art and fine silver.
Feb 03, 2021 - May 14, 2021
Feasting with Old Masters: from the pantry to the country fair
The Galerie Canesso invites you to explore some colourful compositions that will tickle your tastebuds.
Our current display will have you eating with your eyes as you gaze at still life paintings of fruits, fish, shellfish, poultry, and more... a feast of earthly nourishment.
The first guest is Giovanni Andrea Donducci, known as Il Mastelletta, whose canvas shows us fishermen preparing a picnic by the river’s edge for elegant members of the Bolognese nobility.
Humanity also makes its presence in pictures by Giacomo Liegi and Nicolò Cassana. In the scene by Liegi, a Flemish artist resident in Genoa, a man has come to pick up some seafood in a spacious pantry which also contains fruit and poultry. The lively brushwork of the second composition, by the Genoese painter Cassana, describes a magnificent cook busily plucking poultry, with a splendid turkey and a duck rounding off the scene.
Within the still life genre, the Lombard School is well represented by Panfilo Nuvolone, Fede Galizia and Giuseppe Artioli.
Nuvolone’s composition, an expansive still life painted between 1625 and 1628, can be interpreted as a vanitas painting, with a variety of objects symbolising the three stages of human existence.
The small-scale still life by Fede Galizia reveals a rare level of maestria and painterly quality, and speaks to us with a quiet note of poetic restraint.
Next come two delicate, small compositions by Giuseppe Artioli, active in Mantua in the 1700s. Sober and almost photographic in quality, these are painted in encaustic, a technique revived after the excavations at Herculaneum and Pompeii in the second half of the eighteenth century.
One cannot imagine Naples without thinking of stalls in a fish market – the kind painted by Giuseppe Recco, whose Cod and Herring in a Basket, with Spider Crab on a Stone Shelf makes a powerful visual impact, its elegant arrangement of seafood displayed with a remarkable, almost monochrome palette.
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Feb 16, 2021 - Mar 06, 2021
Feb 19, 2021 - Mar 19, 2021
Cubism was one of the most influential styles of the twentieth century and has opened up infinite new possibilities for the treatment of visual reality in art. The insight and vision of whom contributed to the movement produced crowning achievement in the art history and culture. The fragmented forms elaborating the composition and, rejected the inherited concept that art should copy nature, enhanced a fundamental change in how painting relates to visible world. “Cubism” is a journey through the geometrical artworks of artists such as Pablo Picasso, Juan Gris, Louis Marcoussis and much more, carefully curated to pay tribute to this movement that still resonates today.
Mar 01, 2021 - Mar 31, 2021
Mar 05, 2021 - Mar 07, 2021
Tribal art auction from six private collections and from the succession of the painter Albert Bitran.
Mar 08, 2021 - Apr 04, 2021
The present period which I consider to be the transitional years between two historical periods, spontaneously remind me of the years 1450-1520. At that time a number of events occurred which similarly changed political structures, economic developments, religious life and the thinking of people in Europe to such a degree, that nowadays we regard that period as the transition from the Middle Ages to the Modern Era, or in cultural terms, as the shift from the Gothic to the Renaissance.
The present catalogue contains a selection of works of art, which were all created in the transition years between the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
Mar 25, 2021 - Apr 30, 2021
Sep 11, 2021 - Feb 19, 2021
Sep 11, 2021 - Sep 19, 2021