Sagot Le Garrec gallery

Paris

Founded by Edmond Sagot in 1881, the Sagot Le Garrec gallery is now run by Nicolas Romand, the fifth generation of dealers. Located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, it specialises in the sale, appraisal and purchase of original prints, drawings and illustrated books from the 19th century to the present day.
The gallery possesses an important documentation and represents today one of the main references in the history of modern prints. The Sagot Le Garrec archives are frequently consulted by researchers, students and museum curators.
The Sagot Le Garrec gallery publishes catalogues and organises exhibitions in order to offer a wide selection of works to their clients: museums, institutions, dealers and collectors.

Marcel Gromaire, Nude with a vase of flowers, 1930. Etching. Courtesy Sagot Le Garrec gallery.

Artists presented at the Paris Print Fair

Félix BRACQUEMOND
Lise FOLLIER
Francisco de GOYA y LUCIENTES
Nathalie GRALL
Marcel GROMAIRE
Claire ILLOUZ
Henri MATISSE
Charles MERYON
Zoran MUSIC
Pablo PICASSO
Maïlys SEYDOUX DUMAS
Henri de TOULOUSE LAUTREC
Annie WARNIER
Mikio WATANABE

Information

10 rue de Buci
75006 Paris
Backyard left
France
+33 1 43 26 43 38
info@sagot-legarrec.com

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Miss Ida Heath, English Dancer, 1894. Lithograph. Courtesy Sagot Le Garrec gallery.

Charles Meryon, The Little Bridge, 1850. Etching. Courtesy Sagot Le Garrec gallery.