8 rue des Moulins, 75001 Paris
Phone: +33 (0)1 74 30 16 19

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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-Jacques CAFFIERI, Vulcun Presenting Arms to Venus

Jean-Jacques CAFFIERI

Vulcun Presenting Arms to Venus

Patinated Plaster
H. 13,7 W. 9 D. 8,6 Salon of 1779, number 204, p 43 of the ‘livret’: “Vulcain”

Sketch for a marble commissioned by the ‘Batiments du Roi’
(Louis XV) for the Chateau de Choisy. The marble was never finished.