Galerie Anne-Sophie Duval
For almost forty years in Paris, Galerie Anne-Sophie Duval has been showing the finest selection of Art Deco furniture. Since exhibiting Jean Dunand lacquer work at the Paris Biennale in 1972, the gallery has continuously presented a style inspired by the rediscovery of the most important creators of the period: Pierre Chareau poetic modernity, Jean-Michel Frank sober elegance, Armand Albert Rateau exquisitely decorated bronze furniture, André Groult iconic shagreen anthropomorphic design or Eileen Gray sophisticated modernity. Since Anne-Sophie Duval passed away in 2008, her daughter, Julie Blum, continues to promote the work of the most innovative creators of the early twentieth century. In 2008, the gallery presented an important exhibition dedicated to Etienne Cournault glass and mirror creations, and in 2009 a selection of ceramics by female ceramists of the post-war period.