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Galerie Christian Collin
Christian Collin worked for a Parisian print dealer for 12 years, before joined forces with a bookseller in 1996 to gain antiquarian expertise. He opened his first gallery space in 2001, and moved it to its permanent home in 2005, on the rue Rameau near Drouot, where he still works today. Christian Collin attaches great importance to picking eye-catching prints and is drawn to what intrigues, what possesses high aesthetic quality, as well as prints of historical importance. Since 2015 he has been assisted by Justine Rouillé, a graduate of the École du Louvre in printmaking. Christian Collin has also been president of the Chambre Syndicale de l'Estampe, du Dessin et du Tableau since 2018. The gallery’s inventory is eclectic, with strengths in French prints, from Old Master to contemporary, as well as in Japanese woodblock prints.
Christian Collin & Justine Rouillé
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Fujikawa: Mountain Village, Formerly Called Mount Miyako (Fujikawa, sanchû no sato kyûmei Miyakoyama)
Woodblock Print, 1855.
Impression on Japan paper, signed Hiroshige hitsu, from the series Famous Sights of the Fifty-three Stations (Gojûsan tsugi meisho zue), also known...View full details