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USA born, Janet Greenberg founded the Gallery MARTIN–CAILLE MATIGNON in 1974 in its current Paris location at 75 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 8th, across from the famous Hotel Le Bristol.She signed a 30 year exclusive contract with Max-Agostini, a Master of Impressionism.
American born, Janet Greenberg founded the Gallery MARTIN – CAILLE  MATIGNON in 1974  in its current Paris location at 75 rue du Fbg Saint-Honoré, across from the famous Hotel Le Bristol. She signed an exclusive contract with Max-Agostini, the world's Master of Contemporary Impressionism. Janet dedicated her life to the promotion and collection of the works by Max-Agostini, Pierre Cornu and Franz Priking. The luxuriously decorated gallery is on two floors of exhibition space which totals 150m2 (1,600 ft2). Gallery collectors, successful entrepreneurs, come from 85 countries, are fervent admirers of  French Impressionism. Having opened the Gallery MARTIN-CAILLE in 1970 in Aix-en-Provence, when she was a student there at the École des Beaux-Arts, Janet then transferred the gallery to Paris.