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Brimo de Laroussilhe
7 Quai Voltaire
75007, Paris
In 1908, Nicolas Brimo establishes himself as an antique dealer in Paris and shortly after associates with his brother-in-law Lucien Lascombes de Laroussilhe in order to found Brimo de Laroussilhe. Presenting at that time pieces of art from various domains like archeology, primitive arts, furniture of the 17th century or Islamic arts, the gallery is already specializing in the arts of the Middle Ages, attestable by many precious medieval objects which passed the gallery and today are preserved in the most important museums all around the world. In 1991, Philippe Carlier takes over Brimo de Laroussilhe and decides to focus from now on exclusively on the company’s traditional areas of expertise, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. His daughter, Marie-Amélie Carlier, joins him in 2002, being the gallery’s managing director since 2010.