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Duhamel Fine Art is a specialized art advisor and dealer, focusing on impressionist, modern and post-war paintings, drawings and sculptures. Over the past 25 years, Duhamel Fine art has developed a strong expertise and franchise. Duhamel Fine Art concentrates on high-quality works and the greatest attention to its clients. Guillaume Duhamel founded Duhamel Fine Art in 1991 and has developed a strong and loyal network of international clients including collectors, museums and institutions in the American, European and Asia markets. Before founding Duhamel Fine Art, Guillaume was an expert with leading auction houses including Phillips and Christie’s, and spent with them many years in London and New York. Phoonsap Duhamel joined Duhamel Fine Art in 2016 and supports the development focusing on the relationship with clients, Museums and contemporary artists in Asia. Duhamel Fine Art’s expertise is well-recognised by art market professionals: experts and editors of catalogues raisonnés, museum curators etc. Duhamel Fine Art knows how to gain and more importantly preserve the confidence of the most prestigious sellers: sale of the collections of a former Picasso lover and model, sale of works of art for major art collectors. Duhamel Fine Art includes or exhibits works in the most prestigious collections and museums: British Museum, London; Musée d’Art Moderne, Musée du Luxembourg, Musée Cernuschi, Paris; Artizon Museum, Tokyo; Musée Matisse in Cateau-Cambrésis; Fondation Beyeler; Fondation Maeght; Kunstforum, Vienna; Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome; Mitsubishi Museum and National Art Center and Sompo, Tokyo; Séoul Museum of Fine Arts; Frick collection, New York; Fundacio La Caixa, Madrid and Barcelona; Gemäldegalerie in Berlin; Victoria & Albert Museum in London etc. Duhamel Fine Art has rediscovered, authenticated and sold major works of art and organizes donations to museums. Recently, Duhamel Fine Art established a partnership with the Musée National des Arts et Metiers in Paris to cast an original edition of Bartholdi’s Statue of Liberty, based on the original plaster bequeathed by the artist widow to the museum in 1907. This project is an ongoing tremendous success, especially in America. An example of the statue may be enjoyed in New York on 667 Madison Avenue (corner of 62nd St), just in front of the Hartz Group tower who acquired one.