Charles Sedelmeyer

1837 - 1925

photo credits: Wikimedia Commons

country of citizenship:  Austrian EmpireAustria-HungaryFrance
languages spoken, written or signed:  French

Charles Sedelmeyer (30 April 1837, Vienna – 9 August 1925, Paris) was an Austrian and French art dealer, collector, and publisher active in Paris from 1866, with premises at 6 rue de la Rochefoucauld. He is credited with popularising the Dutch artist Jan van Goyen in France. Sedelmeyer assessed the American market as important enough to send his Rubens Atalanta and Meleager from the Marlborough collection for exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the winter of 1886. Source: Wikipedia (en)

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