Nothing is easier. Just contact the Galerie Henri Baltia, by phone or email, to check if the work is still available. If this is the case, you can order it and pay for it by bank transfer to the account of the Galerie. The Galerie will then send you the work in suitable box or envelope. Of course, the Galerie will be pleased to inform and advise you on the works.
Yes, the Galerie welcomes you, exclusively by appointment, boulevard Richard Lenoir in Paris, France.
No. The Galerie also offers a few drawings or watercolours of the artists it follows.
Strictly speaking, the term “print” refers to the result of printing an engraving. The word engraving covers all techniques that make use of hollows or incisions on a master form or a template.
The hollow or the incision is made by using a tool, a point for example, or a corrosive product like acid, on a template often made of wood or metal. After being inked, the template is applied to the paper.
The term print, which was rather restrictive in the early stages of the art form, was then extended to works from processes using other techniques, such as lithography or serigraphy
It is today considered that the term print covers all printed works resulting from a manual reproduction process.
The Galerie carefully selects the works it offers. Unless otherwise mentioned, all works are original, signed and numbered. Upon request, the Gallery can issue a certificate of authenticity.
The Galerie Henri Baltia – a company created in France under the legal form of a simplified joint stock company with a sole shareholder – is entirely owned by Henri Baltia, a passionate about modern and contemporary prints. Henri Baltia remains at your disposal should you need information or help.
Yes, Galerie Henri Baltia regularly publishes updates on Instagram and Facebook; you will find the links to our profiles below. Do not hesitate to follow us!