Galerie Druet  

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Galerie Druet was a Parisian art gallery founded in 1903 by Eugène Druet, first located at the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, from 1907 onwards in the Rue Royale 20.

The gallery, of international renown, represented School of Paris artists.

The first exhibition was dedicated to Maximilien Luce, Henri-Edmond Cross and Maurice Denis.

Druet was also known as a photographer, most notably of the work of the sculptor Rodin.

Bibliografia

  • Eugène Druet (1868-1916), photographe d'art, marchand d’œuvres d’art et ses amis artistes, cat. della mostra Musée départemental du Prieuré, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, a cura di Marie-Blanche Levallois e Magda Le Donne, Musée départemental du Prieuré, Saint-Germain-en-Laye, 1993





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