Stern Pissarro Gallery (originally Stern Art Dealers) was established in 1963 by Meir Stern, dealing purely in 19th Century paintings. In 1984 his son David took over the running of the gallery and in 1988, following his marriage to Lélia Pissarro, great grand-daughter of Camille Pissarro, a separate department was set up dedicated to four generations of the Pissarro family.
In 2001 the gallery underwent a complete transformation and its unique Pissarro collection became the focus of the gallery's operations in the new contemporary looking main gallery. However, in 2009, having seen the Notting Hill area change from a mecca for art and antique lovers to a high fashion and accessory haven, Stern Pissarro Gallery finally made the move to St. James's in the heart of London's art establishment.
Within its collection the gallery offers oils, watercolours, pastels, drawings and etchings by all the Pissarro artists at a variety of prices, starting in the low hundreds and rising to many thousands.Besides our Pissarro Family collection the gallery still has 19th Century paintings, focussing on English and European oil paintings mainly from the second half of the 19th Century, and a very active 20th Century department covering a wide range of movements including Post-Impressionist, School of Paris, East European and Modern British.
Website & source : http://www.pissarro.net/
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