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Galerie Eric Coatalem
136 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris

The Eric Coatalem Gallery founded in 1986, is specialized in paintings, drawings and sculptures of french masters from the 17th to the 20th century.

In 1994, the gallery organized the first exhibition on Lubin Baugin (1610-1663), in 1998 on the George-Augustus Wallis landscapes (1761-1847) and in 2001, it presented the french painter Francois Perrier (1594-1649). Lastly, a french old masters paintings from the 17th century took place in 2005-2006 in New York and Paris with the artists Baugin, Le Brun, Le Nain, Le Sueur, Perrier, Vouet...

Since 1994, the gallery is exhibiting at the Biennale des Antiquaires and the Salon du Dessin in Paris, the Tefaf in Maastricht and the International Fine Art Fair in New York.

Alexandre-François DESPORTES

(Champigneules 1661 - 1743)

A spaniel looking to the left

Oil on light brown paper, H. 319 mm; W. 260 mm

François-André VINCENT

(Paris 1746 - 1816)

The Clemency of Augustus, or Augustus and Cinna

Pen and black and brown ink, brown wash and pencil, H. 335 mm; W. 404 mm

Signed and dated Vincent / 1807 bottom right

Jacques STELLA

(Lyon 1596 - Paris 1657)

Rest during the flight to Egypt

Black pencil, pen, ink wash and white gouache, H. 286 mm; W. 368 mm

François-André VINCENT

(Paris 1746 - 1816)

The young Pyrrhus at the court of Glaucias

Pen and black and brown ink, brown wash and pencil, H. 335 mm; W. 404 mm

Signed and dated Vincent / 1807 bottom right

Hyacinthe RIGAUD

(Perpignan 1659 - Paris 1743)

Portrait of the painter Charles de La Fosse (1636 - 1716)

Black chalk, pen and brown ink, heightened with white gouache on paper, H. 370 mm; W. 285 mm.