The renowned London gallery Agnews, founded in 1817, specializes in the sale of works by old and modern masters. The gallery is renowned for its expertise in the field of painting, but has also been very active in the world of works on paper and antique prints. To continue and strengthen this tradition, Agnews has founded a new company in Europe, located in Brussels. Under the direction of Eric Gillis and Noémie Goldman, formerly associated under the name “Gillis Goldman Fine Art”, the new gallery participates in international fairs, organizes exhibitions and presents drawings, paintings and sculptures from the 19th to the early 20th century, as well as prints by old and modern masters. Eric Gillis and Noémie Goldman enjoy an unrivalled reputation in these fields. Every year in October, they exhibit their selection of prints in New York, and for the occasion publish a catalog of prints from the 16th to the 20th century, acquired by the most important museum institutions.

Artists presented at the Paris Print Fair




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Cornelis Visscher (1629 Haarlem/Amsterdam – Haarlem 1662), Engraving on laid paper, 1649 Plate 136 x 95 mm Catalogue number: Hollstein 162, second state of two. Courtesy Agnews.
Rembrandt Harmensz. Van Rijn (1606 Leiden – Amsterdam 1669) Etching on laid paper, 1630 Plate: 63 x 52 mm Reference: Bartsch 24; White and Boon 24, fourth (last) state; Nowell-Usticke 24, fourth state of five; New Hollstein 72, sixth (last) state. Courtesy Agnews

Léon Spilliaert (1881 Ostende – Bruxelles 1946),
Autoportrait avec Verhaeren et Deman
Pointe sèche et eau-forte sur papier vélin, 1908
120 x 160 mm. Courtesy Agnews.