Since its creation in the seventeenth century, the National Library of France has collected numerous architectural drawings as prestigious as Mansart Brongniart or Viollet Leduc. Enriched from century to century and then inventoried and classified deciphered, this collection is now ready to be unveiled. The Department of Prints and Photography has selected the most significant sheets, which will be shown in preview at the show.

Of the 39 galleries there are 7 new galleries that will join the coveted club of exhibitors at the fair. To honour the ancient drawings that gave the event its reputation Old Master specialists Marty Cambiaire of Paris, Tarantino Gallery also Paris, and the Galleria Carlo Virgilo of Rome will be present.

Modern Masters will be represented by Damien Boquet Art of Paris and London's Aktis Gallery who specialises in the works of Chinese and Russian émigré artists active in Paris during the second half of the twentieth century . Offering both modern and contemporary designs will be London's prestigious gallery Marlborough Fine Art Gallery.

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