Galerie Kevorkian

Anne-Marie Kevorkian In 1964, when his daughter Anne-Marie took over the family business, she benefited from the trustful relationships established between her father and his distinguished customers, whose connoissorship was to permanently impress upon the knowledge in Ancient Near Eastern and Islamic Art History. She had in her hands whole sections of H.-R. d’Allemagne, Tabbagh, Gulbenkian-Essayan, Pozzi and Sakisian collections.
On the other hand, Stuart Cary Welch, Sadruddin Aga Khan, Edwin Binney became regular customers of the gallery, where the Qatar Museum of Islamic Art and the Barbier-Mueller Museum also purchased pieces for their collections.
As a specialist for public auctions, she sold between 1980 and 1982 at Hôtel Drouot, the most important collection of its kind of Luristan bronzes, « Amlash » art and Islamic ceramics.
She also wrote in collaboration with J.-P. Sicre a book on Persian Miniature Painting : « Les Jardins du Désir – Sept Siècles de Peinture Persane », ed. Phebus, 1991.