About the Gallery
Wildenstein & Co. in New York has been involved in the business of fine art since 1875, and has handled the sales of many famous masterworks to prestigious museums and collectors around the world.
The Wildenstein Tokyo gallery opened in central Tokyo in 1972. We have helped individual collectors and museums (both national and private) in Japan to build their collections of paintings and sculpture with works by artists such as El Greco, Boucher, Goya, Monet, Manet, Renoir, Cézanne, Rodin and Moore.
We pride ourselves on our ability to provide the finest art pieces, and we can draw on an unparalleled stock at our New York gallery. Our work is supported by Wildenstein's own incomparable research facilities and our institute in Paris dedicated to the publication of artists’ catalogues raisonnés.
Fine works ranging from Impressionist to Modern art are always on display at the Wildenstein Tokyo gallery. If you have any questions or requests, please feel free to contact us, or ask in person at the gallery. You will always find a warm welcome waiting at Wildenstein Tokyo.
- Eri Mizushima
- Shirokanedai Central Bldg 4F, 5-3-6 Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0071 Japan
The following services are also available at Wildenstein Tokyo
- Art appraisal
- Art storage
- Catalogue production
- Photographing artworks
- Assisting auction sales and purchases
- Assisting exhibition loans
- Installation of artworks
- Shipping and insurance consultation for artworks
Publication of catalogue raisonnés
A catalogue raisonné is an exhaustive publication providing detailed data on every known work of an artist, including each piece's provenance, exhibition record, and bibliography. The catalogue raisonné is a primary research tool for establishing the authenticity of an art work. Wildenstein Institute in Paris edits and publishes catalogues raisonnés in collaboration with the world’s most authoritative art scholars and research institutions. Our first edition on Monet took more than 50 years to complete.
In recent years, the institute has been editing a raisonné of Renoir, continuing the work of renowned art historian and publisher Dr. François Daulte.
Artists raisonnés published:
Velazquez, Zurbaran, Boucher, Fragonard, Ingres, Géricault, Courbet, Manet, Monet, Pissarro, Caillebotte, Redon, Beraud, Gauguin (1873¬-88), Vuillard, Vlaminck (Fauve Period), Marquet (L’Afrique du Nord) and more.
Forthcoming artists raisonnés:
Renoir, Modigliani, Van Dongen