Discover the Dil gallery, modern art specialist

Galerie Dil presents the major modern artists of the twentieth century both in the field of abstraction and figuration. In the collection, a particular attention is paid to Bernard Buffet, undoubtedly one of the most famous expressionist French painters of the post-war period and to Fernand Léger, French painter, creator of paperboard of tapestry and stained glass windows, decorator, ceramist, sculptor, draftsman and illustrator.

Painting les hippies - Galerie Dil

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Discover our collection of modern artworks, composed of: oil on canvas, watercolor and drawing on paper. We exhibit in particular: Buffet, Léger, Chagall, Picasso, Sisley, Lorjou ...

Art nocturne Knocke - Galerie Dil

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Presentation of the gallery Dil director

Gallery Dil director - Marc Boumendil

"Painting, we do not talk about it, we do not analyze it, we feel it," Bernard Buffet

Marc Boumendil passionate about art and great collector installs his gallery at 86 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, just in front of the Elysee Palace, in the heart of the new Parisian district dedicated to art. Dil gallery, offers paintings and drawings of famous artists of the twentieth century such as Chagall, Lorjou, Vasarely, Mathieu. Galerie Dil presents a permanent tribute to Bernard Buffet, one of the most famous French figurative painters of the second half of the 20th century, and to Fernand Léger, one of the main inventors of modernism.

"With this gallery, I want to share with others my admiration for Bernard Buffet and my great respect for Maurice Garnier. Thank you to both of them for the part of dream that they allowed us to have and friendship to those who will want to make me the pleasure to share in this world a little too cloudy this moment of emotion. Marc Boumendil founder of Galerie DIL.

Mur de Fernand Léger- Galerie Dil