The Boccara Gallery's Paintings collection presents a variety of works ranging from contemporary art, such as the paintings of Tom Wesselmann, to European masterpieces such as the series of abstract paintings by Clément Rosenthal; the creations of the young French artist Flore Sigrist, and the paintings of the artist Léon Zack.
The Boccara Gallery has a unique expertise and know-how in the field of modern tapestry which allows us to present you today an exclusive selection of tapestries. You can discover this selection of the most important tapestries by artists of the XXth century such as Alexander Calder, Fernand Léger, Vassily Kandinsky, Sonia Delaunay, Victor Vasarely, Le Corbusier, Mathieu Matégot, Jean Lurçat, Emile Gilioli, Vincent Guignebert, and many others. Each piece in our selection embodies the innovative spirit and artistic vision of these 20th century masters. Daring compositions, vibrant colors and ancestral techniques combine to create true works of art that we will call "modern tapestries".
Artistic Rug Collection
Didier Marien, an art lover and expert, has succeeded in creating a set of high quality, hand-woven carpets in association with artists.
French Antique Tapestry and Rugs
An exceptional atmosphere
The Boccara Gallery is among the oldest in this field and has always been daring in building up its collections.
Contemporary textile art
Contemporary textile art
Didier Marien, who has been working for years with famous American and French artists, is pleased to present the Boccara collection of artistic rugs. In 2019, the Boccara Gallery started a collaboration with a selected group of artists representing this movement. The inspiration for this collection is abstract art. To explain this project, Didier Marien said: "The artist does not only create the design, but at every stage of the creation, he keeps control of the project".
Boccara Gallery initiated a long-standing collaboration with Jean Yves Lanvin, the great grandson of Jeanne Lanvin, the illustrious founder of the Lanvin Haute Couture House in 1880. Jean Yves Lanvin's upbringing immersed him in the realms of fashion and the arts, where he discovered the rich universe of Paul Iribe and admired the works of Armand Albert Rateau and Jean Dunand, created for the Lanvin houses and Lanvin Decoration. This early exposure to an environment of elegance and luxury left a lasting imprint on him. Building on his experiences collaborating with renowned design houses and art workshops such as Maison Charles and Pouenat, he has now embarked on creating his own unique pieces, allowing his imagination to take the lead.