Christian Collin gallery

Paris

Established since 2005 near the Prints Department of the Richelieu National Library, the Christian Collin gallery offers a wide selection of ancient and modern prints and lithographs: prints from the 17th to the 20th centuries, regionalism and travel, decoration, architecture, historical scenes, natural history, etc. For some years now, the gallery has also had an important collection of Japanese prints from the Edo period to the Showa era.

With more than twenty years of experience in prints, Christian Collin seeks out what amuses the eye, intrigues, has an aesthetic quality or historical interest. While developing an atypical taste made of eclecticism and curiosity, he strives to ensure that everyone can afford a print according to his or her taste and means.

Artists presented at the Paris Print Fair

ABRAHAM BROSSE
BERNARD BOUTET DE MONVEL
FÉLIX BUHOT
ANDO HIROSHIGE

JEAN-FRANÇOIS RAFFAËLLI
GIOVANNI BATTISTA PIRANESI
TSUKIOKA YOSHITOSHI

Information

11 rue Rameau
75002 Paris
France
+33 1 45 44 62 28
estampes.collin@gmail.com

Ando Hiroshige, No. 35, Yoshida: The Great Bridge over the Toyo River (Yoshida, Toyokawa, ôhashi), 1855. Color woodcut, 36,5 x 23,5 cm. Courtesy Christian Collin gallery.

Bernard Boutet de Monvel, A Look at the City, 1907. Etching and aquatint, printed in colors, 47 x 31.5 cm (sheet). Courtesy Christian Collin gallery.