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Paris Tableau 4 to 8 November 2011

At the heart of Europe, Paris is a cultural capital with an incomparable
heritage, one of the major centres of the art market and the only city in
the world with such a rich and diverse market. For this first fair, twenty
prestigious galleries from Paris, Rome, Madrid, London, Zurich,
Amsterdam and New York will gather together in the renowned Palais de
la Bourse. Easily accessible and with ample parking space, the former
temple of finance is located in the heart of the Paris art scene, near the
Opéra, the Hôtel Drouot, the Bibliothèque Nationale and the Musée du
Louvre.

For the first time, an event will be entirely dedicated to Old Master
paintings dating from the Middle Ages to the 19th century, with artists
such as Brueghel the Elder, Jacopo Bassano, François Clouet, Horace
Vernet and Canaletto. A convivial fair with a T-shaped plan where each
exhibitor has a 35 square metre stand, Paris Tableau is organised
chronologically and according to schools. It will allow collectors and
curators to appreciate splendid paintings, some of which are exhibited for
the first time, and give art lovers the opportunity to meet and share their
passion with art dealers.
Paris Tableau will enable collectors and curators to make their choice
among major paintings, many of which are exhibited for the first time,
and give art lovers the opportunity to meet and share their passion.
 
Palais de la Bourse
Place de la Bourse
Paris 2e, France
 
Opening hours:
12 noon to 8pm
Monday 7 November until 10pm

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