Francis Barlier Gallery


The Francis Barlier Gallery is an art gallery in Paris 8th area in the exhibition and sale of French CONTEMPORARY FIGURATIVE paintings. She exhibits in particular paintings by artists from the Paris School since the foundation. Its exceptional space allows it to present very large formats.

Random visit to the gallery, it is a series of favorites for works of known or less known artists with the desire to own them, to live alongside them for many years. What's more intimate and exciting than a real collection? Coups de coeur, free from fashion and the market, acquisitions of rencounters with images. Each work: painting, gouache, watercolor, drawing, each time it is a link with the moment of a life for a collector. The work, itself by nature, is unfaithful and will continue its life among different amateurs. For some, it will always be a story of love and emotion.

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Jean-François Larrieu


A painter inhabited by an invisible force. A painting that is both unique andA painter inhabited by an invisible force. A painting that is both unique anduniversal. A "whole" identified at first glance which is in fact the assembly of amultitude of elements, of entities. Entities each in their place, responding to adefined architecture, complex and simple at the same time as Life is.

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Wenyu Zhu

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Née en 1990 en Chine, elle est diplômée de l'École supérieure d'art du Nord Pas de Calais Dunkerque. Puis elle a poursuivi ses études à l'École supérieure libre d'art de Paris pour obtenir son doctorat.

Xiao Qing

Xiao Qing is an artist who lives and works in Paris. She studied at the Central Academy of Fine Arts of China specializing in Chinese art. She has lived in Paris since 1991, currently vice-president of the Association of Calligraphy and Chinese Painters of France.

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