Collection comprises portions of 19th-century French gallery archives acquired by the Dieterle family as they built their
art dealership and developed particular expertise in Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. In addition to those of Dieterle, the records
of eight dealers (Goupil & Cie, Boussod Valadon & Co., Tedesco Frères, Arnold et Tripp, Bague et Cie, Le Roy et Cie, Galerie
Allard et Noel, and Galerie Georges Petit) include stock ledgers, photographs of paintings, annotated exhibition and sales
catalogs, and clippings.
The Dieterle family has owned an art gallery in Paris since the early 20th century, and takes pride in three generations of
Corot experts. The Fonds Dieterle grew out of the various portions of archives acquired through Jean Dieterle, along with
works of art, as the family built its gallery business, and in the course of which they developed their expertise in Corot.
80.0 linear feet
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