Interview d’Alexandre Gady par latribunedelart
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What is the S.P.P.E.F.?
It is the oldest existing association for the protection of French heritage because it was created the day after the law for (...)
Following the article on the restoration of the Bourdoir Turc at Fontainebleau and the fundraiser launched by the château, we received these two letters below. The first is by Xavier Salmon, director of heritage and collections at the château in (...)
The painting by Caspar David Friedrich, discovered by the Talabardon & Gautier Gallery which we had announced here, was finally sold to a French collector. Although the work is temporarily banned for export, it seems unlikely at this point (...)
A drawing by Jean Restout (1692-1768), preparatory for the painting residing at the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Lille, The Pilgrims at Emmaus, was stolen from the owner’s residence.
Any information concerning this theft can be passed on to the (...)
We spoke with Jean-Jacques Aillagon about the PLU Project for the city of Versailles and as we found his position on the subject particularly interesting, we asked him two questions which he graciously accepted to (...)
A work by Jacques de Létin painted on copper, The Martyrdom of Saint Catherine of Alexandria , belonging to a New York art dealer was stolen on 25 May 2012 from the premises of a Parisian art gallery.
This painting was found in three days thanks (...)