Newsletter no. 23

Monday 25 September 2023

Each week discover the exhibitors of FAB PARIS 2023.

This week, discover a painting of James Tissot chosen by Galerie Terrades, a study by Auguste Rodin exhibited by Galerie Malaquais and a sculpture of Jean-Antoine Houdon presented by Galerie Trebosc & van Lelyveld.

Galerie Terrades

Established in Paris in 1986 by Gabriel Terrades, the eponymous gallery is located in Rue d’Alger, close to the Tuileries Gardens. Gabriel Terrades shares his passion for old-master and 19th-century painting with art lovers and curators from major institutions alike. In 2001, he was joined by Antoine Cahen.

Their eclectic taste and exacting standards given them a distinctive vision of Italian and French art from the 16th to the early 20th century. Regularly, the gallery organizes exhibitions devoted to French painting, accompanied by a catalogue that is a reference work in itself.

True to his origins, Gabriel Terrades also has a keen interest in Spanish painting. He is among the founders of the Salon du Dessin in which the gallery participates every year.

James Tissot, The Departure of the Prodigal Son, ca. 1862, Oil on board,  27 x 54 cm

James Tissot
Nantes,1835 – Buillon, 1902
The Departure of the Prodigal Son
ca. 1862
Oil on board, 27 x 54 cm
Verso, Couple in a garden, grisaille

Galerie Malaquais

Since 2004, the Galerie Malaquais has been showing independant figurative sculpture. This school, which spans several generations, started with Rodin, Bourdelle, and Mailol, and is marked by its commitment to the humanistic and the poetic. Through thematic exhibitions and in-depth publications, the Galerie Malaquais displays the great range of these artists, including their sculptures, drawings, paintings, and photographs.

The Galerie today receives visitors by appointment in an elegant apartment in the Nouvelle Athènes section of Paris’ 9th arrondissement. Known for its work discovering or rediscovering both the well-known and the rarest sculptures from the first half of the 20th century, the gallery is in constant conversation with art historians, specialists, collectors, and curators.

Numerous museums regularly consult the gallery for the acquisition and the loan of works as well as for the co-organization of exhibitions; these museums include the Rodin Museum, the Musée d’Orsay, and the Bourdelle Museum (Paris), the Art Institute (Chicago, IL), le Nationalmuseum (Stockholm), the Pushkin Museum (Moscow), the Villa Medici (Rome), the Beelden ann Zee Museum (The Hague), the Eskenazi Museum (Bloomington, IN), the Despiau-Wlérick Museum (Mont-de-Marsan), and La Piscine, the André Diligent Museum of Art and Industry (Roubaix).

The Galerie Malaquais also hosts the Comité Camille Claudel and the Comité Charles Despiau.

Auguste Rodin, Study for the Secret, c.1910 - 1917, Plaster proof

Auguste Rodin
Study for the Secret
c. 1910 Plaster proof
c. 1910-1917
H. 16.6 x W.6.5 x D. 6.5 cm (H. 12.4 cm without the base)

Madame Denis Clément (by family inheritance, c. 1950-1960)
By inheritance

An “avis d’insertion” in the Catalogue critique
de l’œuvre sculpté d’Auguste Rodin
will be provided to the buyer.

Galerie Trebosc & van Lelyveld

The Gallery Trebosc & van Lelyveld was founded about twenty years ago in Amsterdam.

From the beginning, Olivier Trebosc and Alfred van Lelyveld have specialized in sculpture and swiftly built up a client base of museums and discerning collectors.

As qualified art historians, they offer a selection of unique, original and rare sculptures without any preference for choice of material or specific period. The discovery of an unusual object that goes beyond mere decorative interest is the raison d’être of Trebosc & van Lelyveld.

The gallery, which is open by appointment, is located in a 17th century Parisian townhouse where the Baron d’Holbach held his salon in the 18th century.

The gallery Trebosc & van Lelyveld participated between 2008 and 2016 at TEFAF in Maastricht and for the first time in 2016 at the Biennale des Antiquaires in Paris.

Jean-Antoine Houdon
(1741 – 1828)
The Newborn Child of the de Bourge Family
Patinated plaster H. 29 cm

Auguste-Romain de Bourge
François Hippolyte Détailleur
By descent: Philippe d’Estailleur-Chanteraine Paris, Jacques Fisher c.1969
New York, Michael Hall
New York, private collection

Durham, North Carolina, United States, Duke University Museum of Art,
1988 – 1995.


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