O riginally founded in 1977 in London, Galerie G. Sarti relocated to Paris in 1996, in the elegant surroundings of a hôtel particulier on the rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.
The gallery has two rare and special fields of focus: Early Italian (Gothic to Renaissance) paintings and 16th- to 18th-century pietra dura (semi-precious and hardstone) objects. It is also well known for its selection of 16th- and 17th-century Italian paintings.
Exhibitions are regularly held in the gallery (notably of 14th- and 15th-century Italian paintings), accompanied by scholarly catalogues, with widespread coverage in the national and international press. These have become a regular port of call for collectors, museum curators and amateurs alike. The most recent exhibition was The Madonna – Eternal Woman, in 2019.
Past exhibitions have also included 18th century views of Venice and capricci (1725-1835), Sumptuous hardstone and marble pieces and Italian Caravaggesque Painters.
Galerie G. Sarti, Paris