Raymond and Suzanne Fischof-La Foux: The Novel-Worthy Story of a Couple’s Collection

La Gazette Drouot
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Their apartment on avenue Foch in Paris was brimming with treasures, from paintings by Derain and Kisling to a pietra dura (hardstone) table and elegant jewelry. The Fischof-La Fouxs’ reception room in Paris with the 17th-century pietra dura table in the foreground and André Derain’s painting in the background. The dispersal of Raymond and Suzanne Fischof-La Foux’s collection is also the story of two art and jewelry lovers who united their destinies in 1950 at the George V Hotel, which also hosted the exhibition of the works they amassed in their avenue Foch apartment. Raymond, an engineer turned publicist, press tycoon, real estate

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