Between 1929 and 1942, the gallery dedicated five exhibitions to Massimo Campigli’s works. A renowned Florentine painter at the time, impassioned by Etruscan civilization, the artist created works whose composition was reminiscent of frescoes. He went, in the words of Jeanne Bucher, “straight to the heart of the nature of things, penetrating them with sunlight, and (he) made shine in them the ancient nature of things, eternal harmony…”


exhibitions at the gallery

Hommage à Jeanne Bucher − rétrospective 1925-1960
Inauguration of the gallery at 53, rue de Seine
May 6 to November 30, 1960

20 ans chez Jeanne Bucher
December 14, 1945 to January 12, 1946

Group exhibition
January 1st, 1942

November 22 to December 3, 1938

Solo exhibition
May 5 to 20, 1936

Solo exhibition
April 24 to May 9, 1931

21 paintings and 5 frescos
May 24 to June 8, 1929