October

2021

Fiftieth anniversary of the death of the painter Joseph Inguimberty

Inguimberty disappeared 50 years ago, on October 8th 1971. For several years, the gallery has been committed to defending the work of Joseph Inguimberty, alongside the artist's beneficiaries, and we...

In the summer of 1924, the young artist from Marseilles had just won the painting prize at the Salon de la Nationale and the proposal he was about to accept would change the rest of his life and career.

The painters Victor Tardieu and Nam Son were in France, in particular to recruit the teaching staff of the Hanoi School of Fine Arts, which they had just founded under the aegis of the col...

September

2021

A work from the Pentcheff gallery lent to the Giverny museum

Within the framework of the exhibition : "Côté Jardin. From Monet to Bonnard" at the Musée des Impressionnismes in Giverny, the gallery is lending a work by Henri Martin from its collections.

Between culture and nature, the Musée des Impressionismes in Giverny offers a walk through the Impressionist and Nabis gardens, revealing in a new light the sensitivity of the artists towards gardens. 
The theme of the garden is dear to the Impressionists, painters of the open air, who were inspired by the new public parks of the capital and then devoted some of their compositions to th...

April

2020

In the privacy of painters: René Gruau

Oatmeal and Bemberg fabrics

For more than thirty years, René Gruau invented and reinvented advertising images for the Italian firm Bemberg. This brand is not well known today, yet it marked a remarkable evolution in the field of textiles and fashion by exploiting a patent allowing the manufacture of an artificial silk, cupro, which has gradually become essential in the sector of clothing.

March

2019

JOSEPH INGUIMBERTY (1896 - 1971)

In 2012, the Galerie Alexis Pentcheff was honoured to present a retrospective of Joseph Inguimberty’s work, sixty years after the only personal exhibition dedicated to him, held in his native city, at...

Born in South of France, Marseille, Joseph Inguimberty arrives in Indochina in the 1920s with a traditional perception of art, acquired through his artistic education. However, the painter demonstrates quickly a profound fascination for those exotic flamboyant landscapes, their unusual flatness and the damp atmosphere. There, Inguimberty approaches his art in a resol...