Kings, Aristocrats and Humanists
Portraits from the French Renaissance
Neoclassical architecture in Villa Borghese 1786- 1793
A journey through antique treasures from Brimo, Di Castro, Kugel
“I am a firm believer that Collecting is the perfect tool to navigate and rediscover past civilizations and awaken different and wide-ranging interests in a person. It was therefore a dream come true when I was entrusted with the incredible opportunity […]
One Mystery & One Discovery
Jacques Bellange, painter at the Court of Lorraine
Up until now, no documented paintings by Jacques Bellange, one of the most celebrated Mannerist draughtsmen and engravers, had been identified. Archival documents showed he worked for the court of Charles III, Duke of Lorraine, from 1602 to 1616 and was […]
Medieval and South Pacific Art
For several years now, galleries Brimo de Laroussilhe and Voyageurs & Curieux have been holding exhibits where Medieval and Oceanic Art are shown side by side. For Marie-Amélie and Jean-Edouard Carlier, this mix is natural. It almost takes them back […]
Paintings On Stone
of the 16th & 17th centuries
Paintings on Stone presents over thirty oil paintings on semi-precious stones in an aim to convey the immense depth of imagination displayed by the often anonymous artists of the 16th and 17th centuries who interpreted the stone’s natural beauty to create distinctive scenes.
Held to coincide with Masters Week, our Winter Exhibition presented a selection of paintings, sculptures and works of art from Antiquity to the middle of the nineteenth century.
from the time of Pierre Gouthiere
A short exhibition presenting a broad selection of museum quality Louis XVI gilt-bronze artworks from artists such as Pierre Gouthière, François Reymond and Pierre Thomire.
Brimo Di Castro Kugel’s widely acclaimed exhibition held at the historic Academy Mansion in 2015 marked the inaugural collaboration between the three galleries.