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Carré Rive Gauche
Galerie Ratton-Ladrière
Paintings, drawings, sculptures old

Galerie Ratton-Ladrière
11 quai Voltaire
75007 Paris
France
T. +33(0)1 42 61 29 79
T. +33(0)1 43 59 58 21
M. +33(0)6 07 76 60 21
F. +33(0)1 42 61 13 79



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Established for more than 20 years, Gallery Charles Ratton et Guy Ladrière settled in the "Carré Rive Gauche" some ten years ago, first rue de Beaune, then quai Voltaire.

Beginning his career after World War I, Charles Ratton soon established him as a major expert and dealer in medieval art, as well as African and primitive arts. He was also involved in contemporary art, organizing in 1936 the first exhibition of Surrealist sculpture.

With Guy Ladrière, the Gallery interests expanded to Antique, Renaissance and Baroque sculpture, as well as works of art, and paintings and drawings from the XVI century to the XX century, interests shared by his daughter Sandrine, who joined the gallery in 2001.

The Gallery participates to the Biennale des Antiquaires in Paris, to the Foire Internationale des Antiquaires de Belgique every year in Brussels, and to the new International Fair to the Hospices de Beaune in Burgundy.

The Gallery has established a worldwide reputation of quality and expertise, and museums such as the Louvre, Cluny, Versailles and the J.P. Getty, the National Gallery in Ottawa, the National Museum of Western Art in Tokyo are among the most regular clients, together with distinguished private collectors.