From April 3 to 7, 2019, Galerie DUMONTEIL presents a selection of design pieces, sculptures, paintings and photographs of artists who have dedicated their work to the ever more personal and sensitive representation of the Animals.

Recurring and fundamental theme of Art History, the animal is a source of inspiration that has been repeatedly explored by artists throughout the ages. However it is only at the beginning of the 20th century that the animal becomes the central element of the artistic work. The artists seek to transcribe through their talent the soul of the animals composing their works.

Thus, the work of the designer Hubert Le Gall, the sculptors Jean-Marie Fiori, Daniel Daviau, Wang Keping and Tess Dumon, the photographer Eric Pillot and the painter Ruben Fuentes will share the space of the stand of the Gallery with their masters of the 1930s.
March 2019
+ La Gazette Drouot - PAD Paris, De Plain-Pied Dans le XXIe Siècle (French)

April 2019
+ Elle Decoration - A la chasse aux trésors (French)