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20-22 Galerie Véro-Dodat, Louvre/Tuileries, Paris, 75001, France

Housed in an 1826 Neoclassical retail arcade, Galerie du Passage has been visited by the likes of auction-house chairman Simon de Pury and Princess Caroline of Monaco. From the “Ghosts of Furniture” exhibit by Pol Quaden to childhood-inspired watercolor paintings by Wendy Artin, Pierre Passebon’s Galerie du Passage has been a treasure trove for this dedicated collector of modern and antique pieces. While Passabon's store is best known for its 20th-century French furniture selection, which includes pieces by Jean ­Royère and Emilio Terry, don't overlook the objets d'art, with photographs, sculptures, and more from the early 1900’s to the present.

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Galerie du Passage

Housed in an 1826 Neoclassical retail arcade, Galerie du Passage has been visited by the likes of auction-house chairman Simon de Pury and Princess Caroline of Monaco. From the “Ghosts of Furniture” exhibit by Pol Quaden to childhood-inspired watercolor paintings by Wendy Artin, Pierre Passebon’s Galerie du Passage has been a treasure trove for this dedicated collector of modern and antique pieces. While Passabon's store is best known for its 20th-century French furniture selection, which includes pieces by Jean ­Royère and Emilio Terry, don't overlook the objets d'art, with photographs, sculptures, and more from the early 1900’s to the present.