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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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The Art-Filled High Line Is Planning a $60 Million Expansion, Dubbed New York City’s ‘Most Ambitious Redevelopment in De...
12/01/2021

The Art-Filled High Line Is Planning a $60 Million Expansion, Dubbed New York City’s ‘Most Ambitious Redevelopment in Decades’
What you need to know about Andrew Cuomo's plan to expand the High Line.

There’s going to be a whole lot more High Line in Manhattan.

New York governor Andrew Cuomo has released plans for not one, but two, separate expansions of the popular elevated park.

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In his 2021 State of the State address on Monday, Cuomo declared the two-pronged new High Line as “the most ambitious redevelopment that New York City has seen in decades.” It is, he says, intended to be the centerpiece of “a district-wide redevelopment of the West Side that will jumpstart the private market” post-lockdown.

The governor declined to offer a start date or a proposed completion date in an interview with the New York Times. Officials put the cost of the first new phase at $60 million, to be split between the state, the real-estate firm Brookfield Properties, and private philanthropy. Cuomo is publicly pinning hopes on infrastructure aid from the incoming Biden administration. But the hefty price tag is already raising eyebrows for an amenity that is little used by low-income residents or people of color, the Times reports.

The idea for the High Line was first born in 1999, when writer Joshua David and painter Robert Hammond bonded over their interest in the disused railroad segment. To date, the project—which hosts a vibrant public art program and has transformed the Chelsea gallery district into a tourist hub—cost $187 million to construct.

A view of the Moynihan Train Hall of Penn Station on its opening day on January 01, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images.)
A view of the Moynihan Train Hall of Penn Station on its opening day on January 01, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images.)

Phase one of the new High Line, dubbed the High Line East Connection, envisions a short extension from the park’s current eastern terminus at 10th Avenue, presently the site of the High Line Plinth for large-scale public art projects. Swerving north between 9th and 10th Avenues, it connects to a plaza that in turn is designed to connect pedestrians to the newly opened Moynihan Train Hall, a part of the perennially congested (and newly art-filled) Penn Station.

In the governor’s official press release, Brookfield Property Group partner Ben Brown promises that the two-acre, L-shaped plaza, connected to his company’s Manhattan West development, will be “surrounded by 240,000 square feet of curated restaurants and shops and enlivened year-round with public events, art installations, and an ice rink programmed, in part, by the NHL.”

Phase two of the proposed park expansion, called the High Line North Connection, starts at the other terminus of the linear park at 34th Street. It would take pedestrians past the Javits Center before veering west over the West Side Highway and connecting to Pier 76. Currently operated by the NYPD as a tow pound, Cuomo proposes turning Pier 76 into a park.

News of the High Line’s expansion caught some by surprise. The enormously popular attraction, which connects to the Shed arts center and Hudson Yards luxury mall on one end and the Whitney Museum of American Art on the other, had been thought to be complete with its previous 2014 expansion.

In addition to touting the economic benefits of the new construction, Cuomo framed the expanded High Line as a way to relieve pedestrian congestion and provide a new access point into Penn Station and link to Hudson Yards. It “will offer safe passage for commuters, residents, and tourists navigating this booming area,” the press release states.

Pre-lockdown, levels of congestion on the High Line had already reached such heights that observers were given to joking that it needed its own system of public transportation.

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Paris Is Turning the Champs-Élysées Into an ‘Extraordinary Garden’ as Part of a $304 Million Renovation of the Historic ...
12/01/2021

Paris Is Turning the Champs-Élysées Into an ‘Extraordinary Garden’ as Part of a $304 Million Renovation of the Historic Promenade
The new undertaking is set to be partly unveiled in time for the 2024 Summer Olympics.
Artnet News, January 11, 2021
Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo has announced that the city’s most famous promenade, the Champs-Élysées, will undergo an ambitious, €250 million ($304 million) renovation. The effort will turn the 1.2 mile-long avenue, which connects the Arc de Triomphe to Place de la Concorde, into what Hidalgo calls an “extraordinary garden.”
What the French have long referred to as the “most beautiful avenue in the world” has, in recent decades, become a tourist hotspot packed with expensive restaurants and luxury stores—and increasingly avoided by locals.
“The legendary avenue has lost its splendor over the past 30 years,” read a statement from the Champs-Élysées Committee, which has lobbied local government to renovate the stretch of road for years. “It was gradually abandoned by the Parisians and suffered the full brunt of several respective crises: yellow vests, strikes, health and economic crisis, etc.”
Last year, the committee proposed the now-approved restoration project, funded through “public and private investment,” committee president Jean-Noël Reinhardt said at the time.
Conceived by French architectural firm PCA-Stream, the restoration project will optimize walkway space for pedestrians, add more greenery to improve air conditions, and decrease automobile traffic by half. Firm founder Philippe Chiambaretta told The Guardian that his goal is to make the space “ecological, desirable, and inclusive”.
The undertaking will be completed in two stages, both to the timing of the 2024 Summer Olympics, which will be held in Paris. The Place de la Concorde, the public square at the southeastern tip of the avenue, will come first; its renovation is scheduled to be completed before the opening of the games. The rest of the promenade will be finished afterward, with a projected completion date of 2030.
André Le Nôtre, a gardener for Louis XIV, first designed the avenue in 1667. In 1709, it was renamed the Champs-Élysées after the mythical Greek afterlife, the Elysian Fields. Since then, it has been a site of celebration for many of France’s proudest victories, including the country’s liberation from Germany in 1944 and its World Cup wins in 1998 and 2018.
Today, the Champs-Élysées is the annual home of the Bastille Day Parade in July and the last stage of the Tour de France in late summer. The avenue was last renovated more than 25 years ago.
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Brigitte de Saint-Ouen director of GALLERY 32 FINE ARTS  WISHES YOUTHE VERY BEST IN THE COMING YEAR.***We would like to ...
08/01/2021

Brigitte de Saint-Ouen director of GALLERY 32 FINE ARTS WISHES YOU
THE VERY BEST IN THE COMING YEAR.

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We would like to warmly thank all the friends of the gallery; collectors, artists, art professionals who throughout the past months and in a particularly complicated context have shown their support.

We are happy to set up this new 2021 program and we hope that you will continue to live with us this wonderful adventure of art.
Current Exhibition: Martin Blanchet - Claude Chauray- Dominique Guillemard- Danielle Lebricquir- Andre Bourrier - visit us online -

Recommandation  an exhibition director of the Gallery 32 Fine Arts “David Hockney: Drawing from Life” explores the artis...
07/01/2021
David Hockney: Drawing from Life

Recommandation an exhibition director of the Gallery 32 Fine Arts

“David Hockney: Drawing from Life” explores the artist’s practice on paper through a small group of sitters he has depicted repeatedly over the years: his muse and confidante, the designer Celia Birtwell; his mother Laura; his friend and curator Gregory Evans, master printer Maurice Payne; and Hockney himself. In revisiting these people over decades, Hockney gives us a unique insight into how his practice has evolved.

"David Hockney: Drawing from Life" is on view through May 30, 2021.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqqp8LDKGNc&feature=youtu.be

David Hockney (b. 1937) is one of the most internationally respected and renowned artists alive today. This exhibition will be the first to focus on his port...

All the experts stand up and wearing mask last night for the Sotheby's #eveningsale  I was home watching stream life the...
09/12/2020

All the experts stand up and wearing mask last night for the Sotheby's #eveningsale I was home watching stream life the evening art auction.
The last of Sotheby’s marquee livestream evening sales this year was concise and efficient with 25 lots out of 30 auctioned off in just over an hour.

Record for Barkley Hendricks and $18.2m Calder at otherwise unremarkable Sotheby’s sale

Almost half of the auction's total sales value was bought by Asian buyers, but 12 lots sold below their estimates

The sale saw activity from bidders in 23 countries, including, notably, particularly strong participation from Asia, which accounted for the sales of works by Calder, Mark Bradford, Wong, Josef Albers and Claude Lalanne, all of which went for within or over their estimates. According to Sotheby’s, Asian buyers were responsible for 40.6% of the evening’s total sale value. The auction also saw several bids from online buyers, one of which prevailed to take home Van Gogh’s 1882 The “Laakmolen” Near the Hague, which brought in just over $2m before fees, just surpassing its low estimate of $2m

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Join me! at PHILLIPS auction house NY to browse the 20th Century & Contemporary Art Evening & Day Sales, New York / 7 & ...
02/12/2020
The Illustrious Blacks x The Royall Collection | New York | December 2020

Join me! at PHILLIPS auction house NY to browse the 20th Century & Contemporary Art
Evening & Day Sales, New York / 7 & 8 December.

this is a very creative way to see the collection..if you need help for your acquisition and bid call the Gallery 32 Fine Arts your consultant Brigitte de Saint-Ouen
direct: [email protected]

Your favorite NeoAfroFuturisticPsychedelicSurrealisticHippys, The Illustrious Blacks (Manchildblack x Monstah Black), take on Phillips Southampton on their mission to save the world one beat at a time! Join them on a wild, haunting tour of The Pamela and William Royall Collection featuring extraordinary works by artists Titus Kaphar, Amy Sherald, Mickalene Thomas, and more.

#NeoAfroFuturisticPsychedelicSurrealisticHippys #32finearts #artconsultant

https://youtu.be/K4cZmWUy41Y

Your favorite NeoAfroFuturisticPsychedelicSurrealisticHippys, The Illustrious Blacks (Manchildblack x Monstah Black), take on Phillips Southampton on their m...

During your next trip Brigitte Saint-Ouen recommend the Audemars Piguet Museum Discover the rich horological heritage of...
02/12/2020
Exploring Horological History at the Audemars Piguet Museum

During your next trip Brigitte Saint-Ouen recommend the Audemars Piguet Museum

Discover the rich horological heritage of watchmaker #AudemarsPiguet as we take you on a tour of the brand’s stunning new spiral-shaped museum in Switzerland. Sotheby’s specialist, Pedro Reiser, is shown around the architectural wonder by Museum Director, Sebastian Vivas, and discovers the uncompromising spirit of the brand and one of the most complicated pieces of watchmaking in the world. Considered one of the greatest watch designs of all time, the #AudemarsPiguetRoyal Oak is the quintessential luxury sports watch and its popularity has generated an array of variations over the years.

#AudemarsPiguetmodels #SebastianVivas #3finearts #brigittesaintouen

https://www.sothebys.com/en/videos/exploring-horological-history-at-the-audemars-piguet-museum?cmp=email__selects_Time_Traveling_Through_History_at_the_Audemars_Piguet_Museum_button3_28-Nov-20&utm_campaign=Sothebys_Selects_LIVE_New&utm_content=email_sothebys_selects_live_new_2018_version_a&utm_medium=email&utm_source=zaius

Discover the rich horological heritage of watchmaker AudemarsPiguet as we take you on a tour of the brand’s stunning new spiral-shaped museum in Switzerland. Sotheby’s specialist, Pedro Reiser, is shown around the architectural wonder by Museum Director, Sebastian Vivas, and discovers the…

#americandream  The best article ever I had since I open my Art Gallery  Thank you to @claireDerville #Figaro #franceame...
22/10/2020

#americandream The best article ever I had since I open my Art Gallery Thank you to @claireDerville #Figaro #franceamerique painting artists photographer listed @ElyseeMaclet #peterguttman #elyseemaclet #daniellelebricquir Gallery listed #32FineArts #Gallery32FineArts #wallyfindlaygalleries #ilovemylife #ilovearts #lerêveaméricain @brigittesaintouen @gallery32finearts
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A sneak peek of Gallery 32 Fine Arts' art collection and more inspiration for your interiors". visit us today at www.32f...
15/10/2020

A sneak peek of Gallery 32 Fine Arts' art collection and more inspiration for your interiors".

visit us today at www.32finearts.com

"Brigitte Saint-Ouen, an art professional and design consultant, shares the ways in which art and decoration have a posi...
15/10/2020

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

visit us today www.32finearts.com

#32daysofartwithGallery32FineArts Gallery 32 Fine Arts

"Art is even more important now that we’re going through hard times, [but] I’m optimistic.”Title: Day DreamingArtist: Ma...
14/10/2020

"Art is even more important now that we’re going through hard times, [but] I’m optimistic.”

Title: Day Dreaming
Artist: Martin Blanchet
Dimension: 24 x 30 inch price: $3,100.00
contact us at www.32finearts.com TEL 212 780 0932

"Art is therapy art simply makes me feel better."Brigitte Saint-Ouen Title: Dimanche à Venise Price: 920€ (1018 $)Medium...
13/10/2020

"Art is therapy art simply makes me feel better."
Brigitte Saint-Ouen
Title: Dimanche à Venise
Price: 920€ (1018 $)

Medium: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 29" x 21" (73 x 54 cm)
Provenance: Artist Studio

Brigitte Saint-Ouen, an art professional and design consultant, shares the ways in which art and decoration have a positive impact on well-being visit us. www.32finearts.com

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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...
08/10/2020

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 ...
06/10/2020

"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.
www.32FineArts.com
#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...
24/09/2020
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.     ...
22/09/2020

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.

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