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  • TEFAF Maastricht · 2024

    TEFAF Maastricht · 2024

    9 March 2024
    16 March 2024
    MECC, Maastricht, stand 121

    TEFAF Maastricht is regarded worldwide as one of the most important fairs for fine art, modern and contemporary art, antiques and design, bringing together almost 7000 years of history under one roof.

    For 5 years now, Galerie Léage has been taking part in this international event, which brings together more than 250 galleries from all over the world. The works exhibited, carefully examined by the vetting committee, are chosen among the finest and most important in the gallery’s collection, and are distinguished by their provenance, their exceptional quality of execution, and their history.

    An enthusiast of grand decors, this year Galerie Léage is renewing its sources of inspiration in an original scenography, honoring the spirit of the great aristocratic interiors of the 18th century.

  • The Winter Show · 2024

    The Winter Show · 2024

    19 January 2024
    28 January 2024
    Park Avenue Armory, New York Stand, E6

    For The Winter Show 2024, Guillaume Léage and Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz are teaming up for an original aesthetic and historical collaboration.

    Alongside 18th-century furniture and objets d’art, the wallpapers sketch a fascinating history of the art of French décor, as heralds of incomparable skill and virtuosity, true testaments to the excellence of the Age of Enlightenment.

    Following the success of their Paris exhibition Chics d’intérieur, Guillaume Léage and Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz are exporting their collaboration, period wallpapers and 18th-century furniture, to New York for a new artistic encounter that celebrates the excellence of the French decorative arts.

    French wallpapers have played an important role in the history of architecture and interior design, and this stand highlights their dialogue with 18th-century furniture.

    Jean-Baptiste Réveillon’s neoclassical decorations and early 19th-century panoramics echo the creations of cabinet-makers Louis Delanois (1731−1792), Georges Jacob (1739−1814) and Claude-Charles Saunier (1735−1807), among others.

    These combinations reveal unique virtuosity and expertise, reflecting the golden age of French decorative arts.

  • Fab Paris · 2023

    22 November 2023
    26 November 2023
    Grand Palais Éphémère

    For FAB Paris 2023, galerie Léage and de Gournay are teaming up for a brand new collaboration.

    Galerie Léage is no stranger to creating grand decors for its fair stands. For several years now, it has been creating interiors with an aristocratic atmosphere, using period woodwork. By teaming up with de Gournay this year, it is taking a more decorative approach, while focusing on the very essence of the excellence of 18th-century French decorative arts: the intelligence of the hand.

    Produced in the 18th century by master craftsmen working for the Crown or the great aristocracy, the furniture and objets d’art in the Galerie Léage are designed with unrivalled artistry. The Age of Enlightenment was the age of the decorative arts. Each piece of chiseled bronze had the ambition of a sculpture in the round, each painting on porcelain the finesse and vivacity of a painting, and each marquetry piece an incomparable vibrancy and delicacy. Enlightened connoisseurs were constantly renewing their interiors, and dealers and craftsmen were constantly inventing new shapes and techniques, seeking to create something more beautiful, more surprising and more exactly what their customers wanted.

    De Gournay’s decorss reflect the same quest for perfection that inspired 18th-century craftsmen. As wall decorations, they are works of great finesse, made entirely by hand. Their painters and embroiderers can therefore satisfy the slightest request from their customers, and create decorations of incomparable quality. Drawing their inspiration from 18th-century chinoiseries and 19th-century panoramas, or choosing instead to work in a contemporary spirit, their artists create vibrantly colored and contrasting decors with an eye for detail.

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