Galerie Brimo de Laroussilhe
Nicolas Brimo set up as an antique dealer in Paris in 1908 and quickly joined forces with his brother-in-law Lucien Lascombes de Laroussilhe to found Brimo de Laroussilhe.
The gallery was then open to many fields, such as archaeology, primitive art, 17th century furniture and Islamic art, but the Middle Ages were already the house’s great specialty, as evidenced by the many precious medieval objects that had passed through the gallery and are now kept in the world’s greatest museums.
In 1991, Brimo de Laroussilhe was taken over by Philippe Carlier, who chose to concentrate solely on the arts of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, the house’s historical specialties.
He was joined in 2002 by his daughter Marie-Amélie Carlier, who took over the management of the gallery in 2010.
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Monday from 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm and Tuesday to Friday from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm and from 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm.