Stair Sainty Gallery

Stand:   348

Old master, 19th- and early 20th-century paintings and sculpture

38 Dover Street
London, W1S 4 NL
United Kingdom
T  +44 207 493 45 42
info@stairsainty.com
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Gallery Information

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Artists Exhibited at the fair:

  • Alessandro Algardi

    Alessandro Algardi

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    Also exhibited by:
    BURZIO.
    Daniel Katz Ltd
  • Federico Beltran Masses

    Federico Beltran Masses

  • Federico Beltrán Masses

    Federico Beltrán Masses

  • Federico Beltran-Masses

    Federico Beltran-Masses

  • Jacques Emile Blanche

    Jacques Emile Blanche

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
    The Matthiesen Gallery-Matthiesen Ltd.
  • Merry-Joseph Blondel

    Merry-Joseph Blondel

    Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    Galeria Caylus
  • François Boucher

    François Boucher

    Artist's Objects: Other Dealers:
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    Colnaghi
    David Tunick, Inc.
    Richard Green
  • Henri Chapu

    Henri Chapu

  • Jean Baptiste Camille Corot

    Jean Baptiste Camille Corot

  • GUSTAVE COURBET

    GUSTAVE COURBET

    Artist's Objects: Other Dealers:
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    French & Company, LLC
  • Jacques-Louis David

    Jacques-Louis David

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    Also exhibited by:
    Galerie Michel Descours
  • Francois de Troy

    Francois de Troy

  • MAURICE DENIS

    MAURICE DENIS

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    Also exhibited by:
    Galerie Berès
  • ALBERT DUBOIS-PILLET

    ALBERT DUBOIS-PILLET

  • Henri Fantin-Latour

    Henri Fantin-Latour

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    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
    Douwes Fine Art
  • Baron François Gérard

    Baron François Gérard

    Biography :
  • Anne Louiseanne-Louis Girodet

    Anne Louiseanne-Louis Girodet

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    Also exhibited by:
    The Matthiesen Gallery-Matthiesen Ltd.
  • Melchior de Hondecoeter

    Melchior de Hondecoeter

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    Also exhibited by:
    Richard Green
  • GEROME JEAN-LEON

    GEROME JEAN-LEON

  • GEROME JEAN-LEON

    GEROME JEAN-LEON

  • Nicolas-Henry Jeaurat de Bertry

    Nicolas-Henry Jeaurat de Bertry

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  • Georges Lepape

    Georges Lepape

  • Lucien Levy Dhurmer

    Lucien Levy Dhurmer

  • Lucien Lévy Dhurmer

    Lucien Lévy Dhurmer

  • Maximilien Luce

    Maximilien Luce

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    Also exhibited by:
    Stoppenbach & Delestre Ltd.
    MacConnal-Mason Gallery
  • Pierre Amédée Marcel-Beronneau

    Pierre Amédée Marcel-Beronneau

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  • ACHILLE ETNA (1796-Paris-1822) MICHALLON

    ACHILLE ETNA (1796-Paris-1822) MICHALLON

  • ACHILLE ETNA MICHALLON

    ACHILLE ETNA MICHALLON

    Detailed Description : Etude d` Italien Oil on paper, laid down on canvas: 35 x 24 cm Provenance: Galerie Martin du Nord, Paris 1977 ; Christie’s, London, 20 April 1979; Galerie Heim-Gairac, Paris; Galerie Nystad, Den Haag 1980; Sotheby’s London, 29 May 1985 ; Private Collection, Germany. Literature: J. Valout, Notices historiques sur les tableaux de la Galerie de S.A.R. Monseigneur le duc d’Orléans, dédiée à S.A.R. Madame la duchesse d’Orléans, Paris, 1826, vol. 1; Blandine Lesage, Achille-Etna Michallon (1796-1822), Catalogue de l`œuvre peint, extrait de la Gazette des Beaux-arts, Octobre 1997, no. 49, Abb. S. 127 Achille Michallon, the son of the sculptor Claude Michallon (1751-1799), who had won the prix de Rome in 1785, grew up in the Louvre where his parents had an apartment adjacent to his father's studio. At the age of six, while the Louvre was being renovated, they moved to artist's lodgings in the Sorbonne. Already exhibiting a precocious talent, Michallon first entered the studio of David, where he studied the art of drawing the human form, before joining that of Valenciennes. Under the latter's tutelage he developed his interest in landscape and took instruction from two of Valenciennes' pupils, Dunouy and Bertin. In 1812, at the age of fifteen he exhibited for the first time at the Salon, receiving a second prize gold medal - an astonishing achievement which excited much comment at the time. With such critical attention at an early age it is hardly surprising that Michallon attracted the patronage of the enormously wealthy Prince Yussoupoff (who returned to Russia in 1814), then of the Duchess of Berry, daughter-in-law of the future King Charles X, as well as the Count de L'Espine, the finance master of Louis XVIII. In 1817 he exhibited two major works at the Salon, our painting and A Landscape with Democritus and the Alberitons, for which he received the newly founded prix de Rome for historical landscape (paysage historique), founded to honor Vale
  • Jean-Francois Millet

    Jean-Francois Millet

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    French & Company, LLC
    Jack Kilgore & Co., Inc.
  • Francois Edouard Picot

    Francois Edouard Picot

    Detailed Description : A student of Vincent and of David, Picot is, above all, known for his historical and mythological subjects. He won second prize in the Prix de Rome compition of 1812 and exhibited at the Salon in the years 1819, where he won a first class medal, to 1839. Picot was made a chevalier in the Légion d’honneur in 1825, and an officier in 1852. Picot executed a number of commissions in churches around Paris. These public works, different in tone from the artist’s history and mythological painting, included: Picot instructed a number of the younger generation’s great artists, including William Bouguereau, Gustave Moreau, Cabanel and Paul Seignac. Picot’s studio was elite, known for accepting very few students and resulted in the maturing of many great painters.
  • Marco Ricci

    Marco Ricci

  • Hubert Robert

    Hubert Robert

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    Röbbig München
    Adam Williams Fine Art Ltd
    Galerie Perrin
  • Gabriel de Saint-Aubin

    Gabriel de Saint-Aubin

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  • Ary Scheffer

    Ary Scheffer

  • Neapolitan School

    Neapolitan School

  • Amrita Sher-Gil

    Amrita Sher-Gil

  • Stefano Torelli

    Stefano Torelli

  • Roland-Louis Trinquesse

    Roland-Louis Trinquesse

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    Also exhibited by:
    Colnaghi
  • Roland-Louis Trinquesse

    Roland-Louis Trinquesse

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    Also exhibited by:
    Colnaghi
  • Roland-Louis Trinquesse

    Roland-Louis Trinquesse

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    Also exhibited by:
    Colnaghi
  • Louis Valtat

    Louis Valtat

    Biography : Louis Valtat was born in Dieppe on the 8 August, 1869. He studied at le Lycée Hoch in Versailles. In 1886 he enrolled at the École des Beaux Arts and completed his training at the Academie Julian where he made friends with Albert André and Pierre Bonnard. He won the Jauvin d’Attainville prize in 1890 and established his own studio at Rue de La Glacière in Paris. In 1893 he took part in the Salon des Artistes Indépendants for the first time, showing street scenes of the neighbourhood surrounding his studio. Valtat exhibited widely during his career. In 1894, Louis Valtat collaborated with both Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Albert André in creating the decor for the Paris theatre "L'Oeuvre" at the request of Lugné Poë. He spent much time along the Mediterranean. He bought a house in Choisel, a small village in the Chevreuse Valley. His garden as well as the flowers and fruit he grew became a favourite theme for his paintings. Valtat’s use of colour became a major concern to him. Brilliant colours expressed his tendencies to Fauvism. In 1927 he was made Chevalier of the Légion d’Honneur and by that time he had received official recognition. Six of his paintings were included in the 1951 exhibition on Fauvism at the Modern Art Museum in Paris. Other Dealers:
    Also exhibited by:
    W&K-Wienerroither & Kohlbacher
  • Claude Joseph Vernet

    Claude Joseph Vernet

  • Elisabeth-Louise Vigée Le Brun

    Elisabeth-Louise Vigée Le Brun

  • Elisabeth-Louise Vigée Le Brun

    Elisabeth-Louise Vigée Le Brun