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LA GALERIE STEINITZ at TEFAF Maastricht 2024

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Saturday, 9 March 2024
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Thursday, 14 March 2024 - 11:30am

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On the occasion of the 37th edition of TEFAF, the Steinitz gallery will present a significant selection of furniture, objects, and sculptures from the 17th to the early 20th century.

From March 9th to March 14th, 2024

Among the highlights on display - always thoroughly documented by the Steinitz gallery - visitors can expect to discover:

Commodes BVRB

Two commodes decorated with pagodas dating from around 1750-1755 (Louis XV period), stamped by Bernard II Vanrisamburgh (before 1705-1766, master before 1730), originating from the collection of the Dukes of La Rochefoucauld-Doudeauville in their private mansion at 47 rue de Varenne, in Paris, are sure to capture all attention. 

Bureau plat BVRB

Originating from prestigious collections - André Saint (1871-1933), Baroness Renée Éléonore Juliette de Becker Remy (1903-1987), and then that of Baron Guy de Rothschild (1909-2007) - this bureau plat (H. 76 x W. 172 x D. 84 cm) features a framework of Hungarian oak entirely veneered in amaranth. The handles of the drawers on the facade, the molded belt with palmettes and rocailles, as well as the feet ending in sabots, are adorned with gilded bronze; as for the top, it is adorned with black leather with a golden trim. Dating from around 1737, it bears the inscription «LG,» painted in white on the reverse of the right rear foot of the desk, but above all, the BVRB stamp (Bernard II Van Risamburgh (Paris, before 1705-1766, master before 1730) whose corpus was very limited in terms of flat desks.

Busts of Robert Le Lorrain

These pair of busts, dating from around 1695-1705 (Louis XIV period), depict, on one hand, the Venus de’ Medici, and on the other hand, a Faun. The latter displays a particularly expressive and smiling face. Finely crafted, these two busts (H. 44 x W. 33 cm) present a beautiful dark brown patina and rest on green Egyptian marble pedestals (H. 13 cm).

«Clock of the Princes of Carignan» by François Vion

Pyramidal in shape with rotating dials and crowned with an eagle, this precious gilded bronze, metal, and enamel clock was executed around 1775 by François Vion, a founder in Paris, who became a master on February 17, 1764.

«Nicolas Delaunay cachepots»

«Exceptional both for the preciousness of the porcelain with incised peony scrollwork under celadon glaze, originating from the Longquan kilns and dated to the Ming dynasty (1368-1644), and for the dazzling quality of the gilt and chiseled bronze mounts - featuring smiling and winged satyr mask decorations, openwork volutes, interlacing friezes, and molded bands worked with stippling - our pair of cachepots, dating from around 1700, is attributed to Nicolas Delaunay (1646-1727).»

Maison Steinitz

Founded in 1968, the internationally renowned gallery Steinitz specializes in interior decoration, furniture, decorative arts, and sculpture from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. Located today in a private mansion where Madame de Staël once lived, at 6 Rue Royale in Paris, it showcases museum-quality furniture and objects with prestigious provenances in this exceptional setting, adjacent to the former Crown Furniture Repository, now the Hôtel de la Marine.

Under the direction of Benjamin Steinitz, the gallery relies on extensive professional experience through a team of around thirty individuals, including about twenty master craftsmen who excel in their artistry. Participating in major international exhibitions such as FAB Paris, TEFAF Maastricht, The Winter Antique Show in New York, and The San Francisco Fall Show, the Steinitz gallery is also represented in leading museum institutions including the Louvre Museum, the Palace of Versailles, the Museum of the Grand Siècle in Saint-Cloud, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the J. Paul Getty Museum, The Legion of Honor Museum in San Francisco, The National Gallery of Art in Washington, The Currier Museum of Art in Manchester (U.S.A.), and The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, to name a few.

With its reputation, professionalism, and expertise, the gallery has built a loyal clientele of discerning collectors and remains today more than ever a prime location for exchanges and encounters among enlightened amateurs, art historians, and experts, all driven by a shared passion.

 

TEFAF Maastricht

MECC - Forum 100

6229GV Maastricht (Pays-Bas)

T +31 43 383 83 83

 

www.tefaf.com

 

Open to the public: from Saturday, March 9th to Thursday, March 14th, 2024, from 11 am to 7 pm

By invitation only: Thursday, March 7th and Friday, March 8th, 2024, from 11 am to 7 pm

Venue ( Address ): 

6229GV Maastricht (Pays-Bas)

Lola , Paris

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