Clarin Poster


Galerie André Weil was active on the Avenue Matignon, Paris, until WWI forced its owner to flee France.

Weil escaped via Portugal to the United States, arriving in August 1941. He operated the Matignon Art Galleries in New York. Much of his Paris stock had been confiscated from the Antheaume Warehouse at Saint-Ouen, Seine, in 1942. After the war, Weil resumed his business in France.

W670mm x H880mm

AGE France 1973

STATUS Available

STOCK # 144-72

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