Galerie Larock-Granoff

Founded in 1924, the Larock-Granoff Gallery, located at 13 Quai de Conti in Paris, is an institution showcasing a diverse range of artists in contemporary, modern, impressionist, and avant-garde art. Katia Granoff, one of the first female gallery owners, decided to establish the gallery when she moved to Paris.

The gallery is renowned for artists such as Claude Monet, Pierre Laprade, and Marc Chagall, all discovered by Katia Granoff, whose works are still owned and exhibited by the gallery. It also champions artists who have shaped the history of 20th and 21st-century art, including Joan Miró, Amédée Ozenfant, Jean Messagier, Karel Appel, and Marc Devade.

In the 1950s, following Katia Granoff’s admiration for Norman Impressionism and the Rouen School, the gallery also has a branch in Honfleur on the old basin. Works from this period, as well as those of contemporary artists, are presented there. 2024 marks the centennial anniversary of the Larock-Granoff Gallery, making it one of the oldest galleries in Paris. Since 2019, it has been managed by Edouard Larock, with Katia Granoff being his great-great-aunt.

 

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