Gallery 32 Fine Arts

Gallery 32 Fine Arts Fine arts gallery: Specializing from 16th century to contemporary paintings Gallery 32 Fine Arts offers appraisal services and is open for Consigning

ABOUT THE GALLERY: 32 Fine Arts is a gallery located in New York City, founded in 2002. It specializes in European works between 1890 to today contemporary artists influenced by French Impressionism, photography, and contemporary art with an emphasis on figurative artists.Works from the 19th Century are acquired from private collections and auctions throughout Europe with a special emphasis on France. Outsider artist: danielle Lebricquir Photopgrphe : Peter Guttman contemporain: Jean pol Franqueuil Brigitte Saint-Ouen, founder, director, and curator of 32 Fine Arts conducts exhaustive research on the authenticity and provenance of each painting and also obtains as much information as possible about the artists and their works. Each work of art is accompanied with a signed Certificate of Authenticity. The 19th Century paintings available for sale are all owned by the Gallery, as we personally believe in the importance of investment. Priced between $2,000 - $500,000, art patrons are assured of the best value in the acquisition of not only 19th Century works but also more contemporary art. 32 Fine Arts reflect the rediscovery the European oil paintings antique at fair prices. 32 Fine Arts has been proud to present a visual paradise to those looking for French Post-Impressionistic works and the finest contemporary artists. 32 Fine Arts aims to break down the barrier that exists between French traditional art and today's generation of artists. Our gallery has been helping individuals, corporations and decorators to build their collections of paintings, sculptures, drawings and tapestries since June 2002. September 2002 was the first exhibition was devoted to outsider art; known in France as "ART BRUT" with Philippe Aini. Another innovative exhibition took place on March 2004 with Danielle Lebriquir, a French female outsider artist. 32 Fine Arts pride itself in maintaining a close relationship with our clients as their collections develop and expand. Working to build on acquisitions for a coherent collection, 32 Fine Arts has worked with collectors, corporations and designers. Please visit https://www.gallery32finearts.com/contact and follow this page to stay informed of new developments. Your questions and comments are appreciated. Whether you are a new or a veteran collector or simply an art lover, you will always be welcome at 32 Fine Arts. FOLLOW US ON TWITTER!: @32FineArts I take this opportunity to remind you that the gallery is open for consigning works from the 16th Century to contemporary pieces. The gallery is also looking to consign or purchase the work of Philippe Augé (1935-2009), French Artist in the style of Art Nouveau. Please share this request with collectors; Philippe Augé used to be carried by the Wally Findlay Gallery. Please feel free to contact me. Brigitte Saint-Ouen +1 (212) 780 0932 [email protected] ABOUT BRIGITTE SAINT-OUEN: Brigitte's deep passion for art began as a child growing up in Paris and was fostered by her parents who took her to museums, antique markets and art fairs in the Cote-D'Azur, Provence, Brittany and Normandy. The elder Saint-Ouens shared and encouraged their interests, love of beauty and aesthetics of different regions with Brigitte. After completing three years of studies at the School of the Louvre, Brigitte had a serendipitous meeting with the aforementioned Madame Karoff. After, Brigitte began a rigorous and intensive period of apprenticeship at Wally-Findlay where she further developed her passion and interest in art. 11 years later, she left to open 32 Fine Arts, a labor of her love.

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COLLECTING ART FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME"A sneek peek of Gallery 32 Fine Arts' art collection and more inspiration f...
10/08/2020

COLLECTING ART FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME
"A sneek peek of Gallery 32 Fine Arts' art collection and more inspiration for your interiors.
TODAY: MARTIN BLANCHET
Title: Promenade dans Central Park $2.200
Artist: Martin Blanchet Dimension: 8 x 24 inch

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"A sneak peek of Gallery 32 Fine Arts' art collection and more inspiration for your interiorsLAURA Lara Del Aor - Poser ...
10/06/2020

"A sneak peek of Gallery 32 Fine Arts' art collection and more inspiration for your interiors
LAURA Lara Del Aor - Poser le Vent
Dimensions: 20 x 20 inches, 50 x 50 cm
Year: 2019

Brigitte Saint-Ouen, an art professional and design consultant, shares the ways in which art and decoration have a positive impact on well-being.
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#32daysofartwithGallery32FineArts #collection

Gallery 32 Fine Arts want to share and invite you to view this video of the collection of Ambassador and Mrs. Felix Roha...
09/24/2020
The Collection of Ambassador and Mrs. Felix Rohatyn

Gallery 32 Fine Arts want to share and invite you to view this video of the collection of Ambassador and Mrs. Felix Rohatyn. Amassed over decades, the collection beautifully embodies the synthesis between European taste ( France and Italian ) and their American vision. The core of the Rohatyn Collection centers on a celebration of French culture – befitting the significance that France held in Ambassador Rohatyn’s life, from his childhood and his career at Lazard, to his eventual return as U.S. ambassador. The collection comprises a striking variety of works across a range of genres. Among the works presented in this auction are French Old Master Paintings and a carefully selected array of drawings including pieces by Boucher and Watteau. These works are complemented by the lyrical Venetian views by Giovanni Antonio Canal commonly known as Canaletto and Bernardo Bellotto, each a masterpiece of stunning quality and importance. The works within the broader collection, which incorporates Impressionist paintings and 20th Century sculpture, converse with one another across different time periods and styles with the sophistication, refinement and elegance that Ambassador and Mrs. Felix Rohatyn embodied themselves.

collection for sale at sotheby's The Collection of Ambassador and Mrs. Felix Rohatyn
14 October 2020 • 5:00 PM EDT • New York

It is an honor and a privilege to share the collection of Ambassador and Mrs. Felix Rohatyn. Amassed over decades, the collection beautifully embodies the synthesis between European taste and their American vision.

Opening avant première for the press of the exhibition of Cindy Sherman at The Fondation Louis Vuitton  via video.     ...
09/22/2020

Opening avant première for the press of the exhibition of Cindy Sherman at The Fondation Louis Vuitton via video.

Biography : Cindy Sherman (American, b. 1954) is widely recognized as one of the most important and influential artists in contemporary art. Throughout her career, she has presented a sustained, eloquent, and provocative exploration of the construction of contemporary identity and the nature of representation, drawn from the unlimited supply of images from movies, TV, magazines, the Internet, and art history. Working as her own model for more than 30 years, Sherman has captured herself in a range of guises and personas which are at turns amusing and disturbing, distasteful and affecting. To create her photographs, she assumes multiple roles of photographer, model, makeup artist, hairdresser, stylist, and wardrobe mistress. With an arsenal of wigs, costumes, makeup, prosthetics, and props, Sherman has deftly altered her physique and surroundings to create a myriad of intriguing tableaus and characters, from screen siren to clown to aging socialite.

VIRTUAL VALUATIONS | Throughout AugustDiscover How Much Your Art -Objet Piece, Modern and Contemporary Art Collection Co...
08/13/2020

VIRTUAL VALUATIONS | Throughout August
Discover How Much Your Art -Objet Piece, Modern and Contemporary Art Collection Could Be Worth Virtually.

We are pleased to introduce a new way to visit our specialists – virtually! You can now talk to our specialists directly for a small fee valuation with no obligation.

I am heartbroken to hear of the passing of the trailblazing artist Christo, who made an indelible mark on the history of...
06/04/2020

I am heartbroken to hear of the passing of the trailblazing artist Christo, who made an indelible mark on the history of art.
Christo, Artist Who Wrapped and Festooned on an Epic Scale, Dies at 84
Mountains, museums, bridges and Central Park were just some of what he used to make astonishing and popular art with his wife and collaborator, Jeanne-Claude.

Art lovers, Art dealers are forever grateful for the support and friendship of Christo and his wife Jeanne-Claude, as well as their extraordinary contributions to the culture of New York City, France, and the rest of the world.
#christo #christojeanneclaude

05/17/2020

This Sunday do you want to take a walk though a exhibition with me?
artist : Agnes Denes
exhibition title: THE SHED
Bio:
Agnes Denes rose to international attention in the 1960s and 1970s as a leading figure in conceptual, environmental, and ecological art. A pioneer of several art movements, she creates work in a broad range of mediums, utilizing various disciplines—science, philosophy, linguistics, ecology, psychology—to analyze, document, and ultimately aid humanity. Denes turns her analysis into beautiful, sensual visual forms, poetry, and a philosophy that she has developed over the course of her career.
This comprehensive survey exhibition, “Agnes Denes: Absolutes and Intermediates,” brings together over 150 works spanning her 50-year career. The exhibition includes a comprehensive look at her important series the “Philosophical Drawings” (1969 – 80), “Map Projections” (1973 – 79), and “Pyramid Series” (1970 –); her realized monumental public works, including the iconic “Wheatfield—A Confrontation” (1982); as well as a presentation of unrealized works. The Shed has also commissioned a number of works that both expound and expand on the ideas that have been ever present throughout Denes’s career.
#artwalkwithgallery32finearts #gallery32finearts #32finearts, #brigittesaintouen #pioneeringartist #agnesdenes

Gallery 32 fine arts are online exhibition and acquisition call for a virtual consulting  www.32finearts.com.Every year,...
05/14/2020
Gallery 32 Fine Arts | New York, Paris

Gallery 32 fine arts are online exhibition and acquisition call for a virtual consulting www.32finearts.com.

Every year, the Spring season brings a wave of high-profile art market events: Frieze Week in New York, Art Basel in Switzerland, and the major Spring auctions at Christie’s, Sotheby’s and Phillips. This year, as sale-rooms closed in March, April and May, these marquee Impressionist & Modern and Post-War & Contemporary sales were pushed to late June.

Christie’s New York 20th Century Auctions have been moved from May 12th-15th to June 23rd-26th.

Sotheby’s London Imp/Mod Auctions have been rescheduled from mid-May to the week of June 23rd, and its Contemporary Evening and Day sales to the week of June 29th. The House revealed the following are set to hit the block: Roy Lichtenstein's Brushstroke painting (est. $20-30M), Francis Bacon’s Triptych Inspired by the Oresteia of Aechylus (low est. $60M), and the important Anderson Collection (est. $55M).

Phillips 20th Century and Contemporary week will take place the first week of July. Highlights include works by Frankenthaler, KAWS and Rudolph Stingel.

With the coronavirus pandemic shuttering salerooms, many in-person auctions have been converted to digital events. While global auction sales fell a reported 76% in April, the number of online-only auctions around the world rose a rapid 63% the same month. These auctions have generated around 20% more than online-sales last year, with steady demand for lower-priced items. Online auctions have drawn in new clients and collectors; almost 40% of the winners at Sotheby’s and Christie’s were first time buyers, and more than 50% at Artnet Auctions. At the end of April, Dallas’ Heritage Auctions reported a whopping total of $41M achieved across 23 online sales spanning multiple categories.

Welcome to Gallery 32 Fine Arts. Brigitte Saint-Ouen and her team invite you to view online the gallery's collection, new acquisitions and upcoming exhibitions. The gallery also develops different projects such as estate, pop-up's and consulting.

Game-worn and autographed by the legendary Michael Jordan, these Nike Air Jordan 1s from 1985 are now available for bidd...
05/10/2020

Game-worn and autographed by the legendary Michael Jordan, these Nike Air Jordan 1s from 1985 are now available for bidding in our special online sale: ‘The One | MJ’s Air Jordan 1s’.
#sothebys #auction #michaeljordan #brigittesaintouen #32finearts

To Our Valued Clients, In full compliance with CDC recommendations and restrictions, Gallery Art is now open for busines...
05/08/2020

To Our Valued Clients,

In full compliance with CDC recommendations and restrictions, Gallery Art is now open for business Monday through Saturday 11:00 AM-8:00 PM. The health & well-being of our customers and colleagues is our top priority. WE ARE PREPARED, if needed masks, gloves, hand sanitizer & toilet paper will be offered to our clients upon arrival.

In order to maintain a safe environment for all, we have implemented the following:
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Ahead of Mother’s Day, Gallery 32 Fine Arts and the team with you happy Mother day!  Love is not quarantine!See Some of ...
05/06/2020

Ahead of Mother’s Day, Gallery 32 Fine Arts and the team with you happy Mother day! Love is not quarantine!

See Some of the Most Tender Depictions of Mothers and Children Throughout Art History
From Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun, Kitagawa Utamaro, Gustav Klimt to Carrie Mae Weems, artists have long focused on the subject of mothers.

There’s an old saying that goes, “If it’s not one thing, it’s your mother.” Poking fun at the sometimes overbearing nature of mother figures, the maxim highlights a universal truth: that life-giving often means succumbing to a future fraught with complicated emotions and worry.

And while mothers bear this responsibility and burden with a great deal of courage, if they’re especially lucky, they may be paid back with love, affection, and gifts when their offspring grow up—or, better yet, be portrayed in a work of art for all the world to see.

Indeed, mothers have always made wonderful subjects for artists, who have long explored the space between their roles as individuals and as caregivers. Just ahead of Mother’s Day, we’ve rounded up eight famous artworks that beautifully depict the bond between mother and child.

The gallery 32 Fine arts is open online for exhibition, acquisition visit our new web www.32finearts.com, new painting every week.

He had eyes for coming years in Art!Félix Fénéon (1861–1944). A French art critic, editor, publisher, dealer, collector,...
04/27/2020
Félix Fénéon : The Anarchist and the Avant-Garde—From Signac to Matisse and Beyond | MoMA

He had eyes for coming years in Art!
Félix Fénéon (1861–1944). A French art critic, editor, publisher, dealer, collector, and anarchist, Fénéon had a wide-ranging influence on the development of modernism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries at the MOMA. view the exhibition online Suggestion from Brigitte saint-Ouen Curator- Art dealer- appraisal.

#collectart #togetherwewillWIN

https://www.moma.org/calendar/exhibitions/5075?mc_cid=a8494d66c7&mc_eid=f1e4e0dd75

Exhibition. Explore the exhibition online. Who was Félix Fénéon? The first exhibition dedicated to this extraordinarily influential but little-known figure explores how he shaped the development of modernism. A French art critic, editor, publisher, dealer, and collector, Fénéon (1861–1944) ch...

The best NYC street art inspired by our surreal times.#streetart #togetherathome #staysafe visit our art gallery online ...
04/26/2020

The best NYC street art inspired by our surreal times.
#streetart #togetherathome #staysafe

visit our art gallery online at www.32finearts.com
appraisal, estimation of your collection, consignment

Good night #stayhometosafelive. #stayhome. #staywith art #collectart
04/02/2020

Good night #stayhometosafelive. #stayhome. #staywith art #collectart

Great news ! Superbe news! With the canals in Venice empty of its usual boat traffic, photos on social media show clear ...
03/20/2020

Great news ! Superbe news! With the canals in Venice empty of its usual boat traffic, photos on social media show clear waters and the return of wildlife.

With Chinese Museums on Lockdown, Beijing’s X Museum Has Launched a New, Game-Like Way for People to Experience Art Show...
03/09/2020

With Chinese Museums on Lockdown, Beijing’s X Museum Has Launched a New, Game-Like Way for People to Experience Art Shows at Home.

The newly established X Museum in Beijing, which was forced to delay its planned opening date because of the virus, has launched an interactive virtual project space, giving people an opportunity to explore the institution from their own homes.

The site, created by artist Pete Jiadong Qiang, is framed as a kind of game. Users are “players,” navigating its virtual spaces with their arrow keys to enter different portals, shift perspective, and even discover a few easter eggs. The physical shape of the museum is loosely echoed in the basic graphic structure of the site’s interface, but players aren’t limited by the laws of physics and architecture as they start to poke around.

Good morning , yes it is today!  An article about Brigitte Saint-Ouen and the summer camp.Thank you to write a pleasant ...
03/03/2020
Brigitte Saint-Ouen : « NY m’a donnée l’opportunité d’être moi-même »

Good morning , yes it is today! An article about Brigitte Saint-Ouen and the summer camp.
Thank you to write a pleasant comments on the article in english. ( below the translation of the article)

Bonjour, et oui ! C'est aujourd’hui
Je suis la femme du jour a NY du lepetitjournal un long article! , pouvez vous mettre un commentaire tout en douceur sur l article / Facebook merci d avance

Brigitte Saint-Ouen: "NY has given me the opportunity to be myself"

In 2019, Le Petit Journal New York decided to pay tribute to French-speaking women in New York by launching the "Woman's Month". Because a year later women are still underrepresented in medias, we are continuing our project by publishing, every day of March 2020, the portrait of a French-speaking woman in the city. Today, we have an appointment with Brigitte Saint-Ouen, a well-known face of the French community in New York, the gallery owner’s one but also of the founder of Bleu Blanc Rouge NY.

From Wally Findlay to 32 Fine Arts

Parisian by birth, Brigitte Saint-Ouen did all her schooling there. First with "the sisters", then in a business school and finally at the Louvre School. In the meantime, she came to Texas for 18 months to perfect her English. It was "A real revelation". She added "When you are blonde with blue eyes in Texas it helps". Indeed... Passionate about horses, she gets an idea of America based on her Texan experience.

Back in France, she entered the American gallery Wally Findlay at Avenue Matignon and definitely set foot in the world of art that she now never leaves. However, she keeps an idea in mind: go back to the United States. The dream quickly becomes reality when she is sent to the Wally Findlay’s gallery of New York. "I wasn’t necessarily happy at first because it wasn’t the New York I dreamed of." After fifteen years of collaboration with the famous gallery, the adventure stopped when the founder, Wally Findlay, died. “He left his fortune to his employees. A cleaning lady who had worked for more than thirty years for the gallery touched millions” tells, amused, Brigitte Saint-Ouen. For her part, she left with a little gain "once the many taxes deducted".

After these Wally Findlay years which gave her both the basics and the knowledge of the profession of gallery owner, Brigitte launched out and created her own gallery: Gallery 32 Fine Arts. It celebrates its 18 years this year. "The first years, I organized one exhibition per month then, with the arrival of my twins, I calmed down" explains the gallery owner.

Braque, Dubuffet, Guillaumin, Domergue, Le Pho or André Hambourg, artworks that pass through the Gallery 32 Fine Arts do not leave indifferent. Brigitte Saint-Ouen is sensitive to figurative and brut art.

She organizes pop-ups with Jean-Pol Franqueuil or even Peter Guttman. For the famous photographer, it’s downright at Sotheby’s that she puts up the pop up. “We make pop-ups ranging from 3 days to 3 months. I even made one in partnership with Louis XIII cognac. " She is like that, Brigitte Saint Ouen, full of resources and imagination.

If Brigitte sells artworks, she also acts as an intermediary for the sale of precious goods. Even if it means sometimes finding yourself in very funny situations such as when selling all of the goods of one of her clients, whose name she kept silent, tried and imprisoned. Or again, this client, a dealer in paintings, deceased, whose heritage had to be identified, then sold. For this, it can count on its network of merchants based around the world.

To celebrate the 18 years of adventures of her own gallery, Brigitte has renewed her website, and it breaks the art world’s codes: "Now, works’ prices are displayed and customers can buy online." This is not common, even though more and more galleries are experiencing this desire of transparency and accessibility. Another novelty is the online exhibitions she is launching very soon and new artists who are joining the Gallery 32 Fine Art, which are always more numerous.
Art and French

There is a lot of art in Brigitte Saint-Ouen's life but there are also her twins. At their birth, she wondered about bilingualism because she speaks French but also English with her companion. Enterprising and entrepreneurial, she decided to create a Summer camp program all in French. “It was launched 8 years ago, my twins were then 3 years old. It all started thanks to them, so that they could speak French. With my husband, who is an English-speaker, we decided that they would go to American schools. When summer arrived, I realized that everyone in New York enroll their children in camps. A mom suggested that I could do a bilingual camp, which was unusual at the time. Bleu Blanc Rouge NY welcomes children from 3 to 11 years old every summer. The main goal is to make them practice French while using art and doing a lot of diverse activities. It's very international: we mainly receive children from New York but we also received children from Hong Kong or Egypt, who came to spend the summer with their grandparents here in New York. The idea is to initiate or advance them in French, mainly through art. "

For Summer 2020, Brigitte will even offer children not taking part in the summer camp one hour of French class. "We have to offer activities to children who stay in New York," she explains.

After 30 years spent - so quickly - in New York, Brigitte Saint-Ouen does not budge "it is a city where everything is possible, where a situation can turn into a profitable business". But beyond an American dream or even a New Yorker dream, there is always this wonderful little “je ne sais quoi” that drives Brigitte: "I am always there to get excited about a pink sky or a view of the city, even after 30 years ”. A bit like a love story between the gallery owner and her adopted city. The city that gave her the opportunity to be herself.

https://lepetitjournal.com/new-york/brigitte-saint-ouen-ny-ma-donnee-lopportunite-detre-moi-meme-275169

Aujourd’hui, nous avons rendez-vous avec Brigitte Saint-Ouen, un visage bien connu de la communauté française de New York, celui d’une galeriste, mais aussi celui de la fondatrice de Bleu Blanc Rouge.

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