Several stalls at the Paris Saint-Ouen Flea markets are dedicated to art objects. Paintings, drawings or sculptures, art enthusiasts will find exactly what they are looking for at these specialised galleries in the Biron and Paul-Bert Serpette market, but also in the numerous general market stalls in and around the Paris/Saint-Ouen Flea markets.
Biron market has several art galleries. You can consult the picture catalogue, paintings and other items available at the Biron market : engravings, lithographs, drawings, sketches, watercolours, etc.
Claudie Graziela Alberio’s stall, the gallery Alberio Fine Art, proposes paintings from the 19th and 20th century including French and European contemporary paintings. Here you can find pictures of – still life, portraits, landscape, marine, war scenes, hunting scenes, etc, - from various artists, some famous, others more discreet. Claudie Graziela Albério is a member of the "Union Française des Experts" (UFE) - French Union of Experts, a specialist on French and European paintings from the middle of the 19th century to today.
Laurence and Ernesto Ballesteros welcome you to their gallery specialised in French and European painting (Polish, German, Hungarian, etc.) from the beginning of the 19th century to the middle of the 20th century.
The flea market stalls are rich in sculptures also. You can find pieces made of marble, bronze, vermeil, terracotta, wood, brass… Biron market is one which counts for the most specialists in sculptures.
Pascal Berro proposes sculptures, bronze objects, bookends at his stall… notably in Art Nouveau style and Art Deco, Art wind instruments and is specialised in automobile mascots and bronze sculptures. The car mascots are figures (male, female or animal) that adorn radiator caps on the bonnets of old cars (Rolls Royce, Bentley etc.). Nicolas Bourriaud’s stall proposes bronze objects from the 19th century. Galerie Tirant proposes sculptures and bronze objects from the 20th century, in particular the 30s and 40s. The Terra Cotta gallery is specialised in sculptures and terracotta busts.
Several specialist and general stall-holders propose paintings, sculptures and drawings at Paul Bert Serpette, Paris Saint-Ouen Flea market.
Olivier d'Ythurbide and Benoit Fauquenot, have remodelled the interior of their stall numbers 24 and 25 in the style of the 18th century, beginning 19th century with furniture, diverse objects and old paintings collected. You can find chandeliers and mirrors beside pendulum clocks, oil paintings, portraits, landscapes, trompe-l’oeils and sculptures from the 17th and 18th century.
Marion et Thierry Attanasio, (Serpette) propose artworks done by "modest" French and foreign painters from the 19th century, art objects and a selection of works done by French masters of the 20th century such as Maurice Denis, Suzanne Valadon or Raoul Dufy...
Olivier Colonna, at his stall in Serpette, proposes paintings completed between 1860 and 1940, from a pre-impressionist style to art deco. If you are looking for paintings from the 17th and 18th century, go to stall 19, allée 6, Serpette market at Richard Orlik’s stall. Manuel Blanch – Stall 28, Allée 2 -, proposes paintings and frames dating from 1940 to 1970 at his stall at Paul Bert. Bernard Tinivella, at Paul Bert, is a specialist on sculptures : marble busts, stele fragments… He is keen on classical subjects : ancient gods, Greek and Roman statues etc. Frédéric Michalak, Paul Bert, Stall 211 bis, Allée 4, is specialised in 20th century abstract painting.
Maison Sfez, stalls 161, 162, 174 et 175 : sale and purchase, frame and old painting restoration. Michel Cabotse at stall 27 proposes drawings, paintings, engravings and sculptures from the 19th and 20th century. A member of the "Chambre Nationale des experts spécialisés (CNES)" - National Chamber of Specialized experts, specialised in foreign artists having worked in France. La galerie de Francqueville, stand 68, sells (and buys) artists’ paintings from the 19th and 20th century, all a product of the different schools on figurative painting (fauvism, impressionism, orientalist, etc.). Marine, portraits, indoor scenes, genre scenes, nude, hunting scenes, still life, animal landscape paintings, urban landscape… all paintings are organised by theme.
Craftsmen workshops stands at Paris Saint-Ouen fleamarket. You can visit them to choose or renew a frame, or to restore a painting.
Laure Monastier is a professional framer (Dauphine market, stand 184, email@example.com). In her workshop Iconocadre, she frames paintings, posters, photographies, drawings, etc.
Simon Sfez (Dauphine market, stands 174 & 175, firstname.lastname@example.org) is specialised in ancient frames. He restores old frames then sells them to amateurs, institutions and professionals.
Anaïs Peubez restores damaged paintings (Biron market, alley 2, stand 201). She will renew your scratched, torn, soiled or faded painting while preserving the spirit of the artwork. She works on paintings from 15th century to today.
Other craftsmen specialised in painting renovations at Paris fleamarket :