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The Sismann Gallery Spotlights the Renaissance in Paris

Published on , by Thomas Lenoir

Around 30 works attributed to some of the 16th century’s most illustrious artists immerse us in the Renaissance, from Normandy to Sicily, France’s primary art centers and the Italian peninsula.

Northern Italy (Milan?), oval plaque on a ceremonial shield depicting Medusa, second... The Sismann Gallery Spotlights the Renaissance in Paris

Northern Italy (Milan?), oval plaque on a ceremonial shield depicting Medusa, second half of the 16th century, bronze with very slight traces of gilding.
© Christophe Fouin/Galerie Sismann

Last year, the Sismann Gallery met the challenge of exploring the history of sculpture starting with the Gothic period. This year, around 30 works attributed to some of the 16 th century’s most illustrious artists immerse us in the…
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