The Galerie Chevalier, now located in Paris’s 7th arrondissement after almost 40 years on the quai Voltaire, specialises in antique tapestries (from the 16th to the 18th centuries), modern tapestries (from 1920 to 1960), contemporary tapestries (from 1970 to the present day) and contemporary textile art. For 20 years, the Parsua rugs, published by the Galerie Chevalier, have combined luxury and sustainable development. A must for textile lovers, the Galerie Chevalier receives an international clientele comprising private individuals, museum curators and interior designers. In addition to the magnificent antique tapestries, one can admire the great names of the 20th century tapestry revival (Jean Lurçat, Mathieu Matégot, Pierre Daquin, Robert Wogensky) and the contemporary artists who use, decline or divert this medium in the 21st century such as Mathieu Ducournau, Françoise Paressant, Victoria Tanto and Jon Eric Riis.
- Mathieu Ducournau (fibre art)
- Françoise Paressant (tapestry)
- Victoria Tanto (fibre art)
25, rue de Bourgogne 75007 Paris, France
+33 1 42 60 72 68