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    Clifford House
    W1S 4JY
    LONDON
    UNITED KINGDOM
    T. +44 (0)20-7534 9100
    F. +44 (0)20-7494 9437
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    Didier Aaron (london)

    Activities : Antique dealer  , Dealer
    The Didier Aaron Gallery opened in 1923 and today offers its clients one of the world's most beautiful collections of works of art. The gallery is also host to one of the biggest collections, with close to 500 works on permanent display. The collection brings together furniture, paintings, drawings and art objects from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, at a time when the greatest names in the fine arts world rubbed shoulders with the cabinetmaker masters in an ambiance of eclecticism and 'exactingness' on which the reputation of the gallery has been built for the past 80 years. You are able to acquire works by Fragonard, Boulle, Oeben or objects from Sèvres. The Didier Aaron Gallery operates via three galleries in Paris, New York and London. In 2007 the Gallery created an international web site, www.didieraaron.com, which presents a selection of works from the collection. Split into a number of departments, "furniture and objects", "paintings" and "cabinet of drawings", the Didier Aaron Gallery offers exceptional expertise in the field of works of art. This saw, for example, the Gallery acting on one of the most significant transactions ever achieved for an old master: a painting by Titien recently acquired for over US$50 million by the J. Paul Getty Museum in the USA. The Didier Aaron Gallery caters to an international clientele of individuals, collectors, renowned decorators and conservationists from the major museums such as New York's Metropolitan Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum and the National Gallery in London, the Louvre in Paris, and Tokyo's Museum of Western Art. Other clients are the numerous French and American regional museums.
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