BAILLY GALLERY PRESENTATION
Bailly Gallery is an international family business focusing on modern art and post-war, constantly offering new selection of paintings, sculptures and works on paper.
Among exhibited artists are Henri Matisse, Alexander Calder, Serge Poliakoff, Pablo Picasso, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Marc Chagall, Kees Van Dongen, Francis Picabia, Auguste Rodin, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Maria Helena Vieira da Silva and many other representatives of major 19th and 20th century artistic movements.
Beyond the exhibition program, the gallery covers a broad spectrum of artistic projects, including the publication of catalogues and the participation at international art fairs such as TEFAF Maastricht, BRAFA, Art Genève and Masterpiece London.
Bailly Gallery prides itself in offering the finest quality works, for which alongside the professional advice and diverse stock it continues to gain prestige and recognition from private collectors and museums worldwide.
Explore the Many Art Fairs in Paris
If you are planning on visiting some of the many art fairs in Paris, you may also want to add Bailly Gallery to your list. We first opened our doors in 1977 and have decades of experience in curating some of the best collections of modern and impressionist art in the region. We are a family-owned and run gallery and we are very passionate about what we do. That passion ensures we work hard to offer our visitors and clients an ever-evolving and eclectic collection of paintings, sculptures and works on paper.
We are also proud participants in a wide selection of artistic projects, including art fairs in Paris and international art fairs such as TEFAF Maastricht, Art Geneve, BRAFA, Art Cologne and Masterpiece London.
A Wonderful Selection of Modern and Impressionist Art
We want you to have a thoroughly enjoyable, educational and unforgettable experienced when you visit us. When we are not taking part in art fairs in Paris, we are busy displaying some of the finest artwork from world-class painters. Some of the artists we exhibit include Serge Poliakoff, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Alexander Calder, Kees Van Dongen, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Marc Chagall, Auguste Rodin, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Maria Helena da Silva and many other artists from the 19th and 20th centuries.
A Long and Impressive Heritage
We first opened the doors of our Paris gallery in 1977 and followed this 30 years later by opening our Geneva gallery. Since this time, we have been immensely proud to have taken part in many art fairs in Paris and plan to participate in many more.
We would be delighted to welcome you to our galleries in Geneva and Paris and to show you around our impressive collections. We would also be very happy to tell you more about our upcoming exhibitions and to find out more about what interests you. We take great pride in presenting some of the world’s finest works of art to our patrons and in participating in some of the most prestigious and revered art fairs in Paris. We can also offer our clients professional advice on making an art investment.
Invest in artwork with confidence
Whether you plan to visit Paris solely to see the wonderful art in situ here, or you are thinking about investing in one or more pieces of art, visiting Bailly Gallery should definitely be on your list. Our collection is not to be missed and our experts can give you all the information you need on choosing your next piece and having confidence that you have invested wisely.
Paris is home to some of the most famous and beautiful pieces of art in the world and we have pleasure in displaying some of it here in our gallery. No matter when you are planning your visit, be sure to include Bailly Gallery on your list. We have a fine collection to show you and we are adding to our collections constantly.
référencement international et creation site web par eGate Referencement
Art fairs in Paris | Contemporary art gallery Geneva | Contemporary art gallery Paris | Contemporary gallery Geneva |
Contemporary gallery Paris | Drawings gallery Geneva | Modern art gallery Geneva | Postwar art gallery Paris |