The world’s premier art drawing fair in Paris will be celebrating nature this yearPalais Brongniart, Paris | From 25th to 30th March, 2020 
Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), The Painter and His Model IV, 1970, ink on cardboard, 210 x 315 mm
(8.3 x 12.4 in) © Galerie Boulakia
Greener than ever, the Salon du dessin will devote this year’s International Symposium to the art of gardens and botany. The 2020 fair guest, the Musées de Marseille, will present a selection of their best works based on the nature and several galleries will present drawings related to the theme.

Amongst 39 exhibitors this year, 4 are coming for the first time to what is the world’s biggest art drawing fair. For its 29th edition, the Salon du dessin remains a major international event that yearly reinvents itself while keeping its intimate atmosphere appreciated by visitors.

Ode to nature, Old Masters drawings appeal, the great names of Modern Art, women drawings, and avant-garde, will be the main trends of the 2020 fair.

For its 21st edition, the Drawing Week will gather 23 institutions giving both neophytes and seasoned art lovers a chance to take part in off-site private tours of drawings and prints departments of major museums, partners of the art fair (Amongst them are Musée du Louvre, Musée d’Orsay, Centre Pompidou…).
Elisabeth Vigée le Brun (1755-1842), Portrait of Adélaïde Landry, Madame Vigée Le Brun’s Chambermaid, Pastel, 400 x
300 mm (15.7 x 11.8 in) © Galerie Eric Coatalem

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