Bignou Gallery

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Bignou Gallery
Location Rolls-Royce Building, 32 East 57th Street, New York

The Bignou Gallery was a New York City gallery located in Midtown Manhattan. It was a branch of the Bignou Gallery in Paris.[1] The Bignou Gallery exhibited works by major European and American artists including Paul Gaugin, Georges Gimel, Henri Matisse, Jean Lurçat, and Amedeo Modigliani.[2]

Étienne Bignou[edit]

Étienne Bignou (fr) (1891–1950) was a French art dealer known for his promotion of the Impressionists.

After the French art dealer Georges Petit's death, the Galerie Georges Petit was acquired by Étienne Bignou and the prominent art dealers/brothers Gaston Bernheim-Jeune and Josse Bernheim-Jeune.

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  1. ^ Bignou Gallery. 1941. Paintings by Marjorie Phillips: Bignou Gallery. New York: The Gallery.
  2. ^ Bignou Gallery. 1935. Masterpieces by nineteenth century French painters: Bignou Gallery: April 11th–30. New York City: The Gallery.

Coordinates: 40°45′43″N 73°58′19″W / 40.76190°N 73.97202°W / 40.76190; -73.97202