About Maison GerardMaison Gerard was founded by Gerardus A. Widdershoven in 1974. The gallery quickly established a reputation as New York’s premier source for fine French Art Deco furniture, lighting, and objets d’art. In addition to presenting important works of Jean-Michel Frank, Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann, and Jules Leleu, the gallery has been instrumental in building numerous private and public collections, notably the collection of Walter Chrysler Jr. (now housed in the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk, VA), and the Design Collection of the Utsonomia Museum in Japan. Today, Maison Gerard exhibits a range of work—from French Art Deco and antiques to contemporary lighting, sculpture, and ceramics—with an emphasis on authenticity, historical context, and expertise. Maison Gerard’s primary focus is, and has always been, on working hand in hand with its clients on achieving their goals, whether as seemingly small and specific as sourcing a fabric, shade, or particular antique from our extensive inventory, or as broad and open-ended as working with our stable of artists to create a bespoke piece to perfectly fit a particular space or aesthetic.
Sandra Nunnerley, "Eclipse" Side Table, United States, 2016
By Sandra Nunnerley
Hervé van der Straeten, Gueridon Volubile No. 538, Side Table, France, 2017
By Herve Van Der Straeten
Gianluca Pacchioni, Cremino, Pair of Sculptural Gueridons, Italy, 2017
By Gianluca Pacchioni
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