Episode 2 Biennale 1, Show 2 Paris. Interview with Claude Blaizot President of the Biennale. PTL discussing the origins of the Biennale. De Jonkheere Galerie, Daisy Prevost-Marcilacy, Paris A painting by Pieter Brueghel the Younger of a wedding dance. Bernard & Benjamin Steinitz, Benjamin Steinitz, Paris A marble head of Janus, of the 16th century. Veronique Bamps, Brussels A 19th century necklace which belonged to the Queen of Naples, Caroline Murat, the sister of the Emperor Napoleon. Canesso Galerie, Maurizio Canesso, Paris A late 17th century painting by Giuseppe-Maria Crespi of Bologna, painted on copper. An allegory of chastity winning over love. Galerie Suffren, Jean-Louis Fours, Saint Tropez A dressing table, of exotic fruitwood, rosewood and mahogany, made in 1775 by Roger van der Cruze, better known as La Croix. Cazeau de la Braudire, Jacques de la Braudire, Paris A still-life painting by the Italian painter, Giorgio Morandi, of the 1920s. A 19th century painting by Monet called Impression of the Sunset which is a companion to Impression of the Rising Sun. A painting by Vuillard of the two children of the great art dealer Bernheim. Sapjo, Antoine Muxel, Monaco A rare dessert service of 99 pieces made by Manufacture de Svres in 1825-1827. 3 Jean-Francois Anne and his daughter, Paris A scagliola table made in 1690 in the south of Italy, according to the specialist of this period, Mr. Palacio. The sculptured gilded base was made by Giacomo Amato. Berko Galerie, Vivianne Berko, Paris A Dutch painting, by Boks of the 19th century, of a young woman in a train station. Very interesting history. The Antwerp School of this period was known for its excellent paintings with a touch of humour. A picture of a Cardinal by Croegaert and other pictures of animals in human situations; monkeys by Schippers and a picture by Marais-Milton. Sam Fogg, Crofton, London A book on falconry of the 18th century from Uta Pradesh, on the border of Nepal and India, written in Persian. Jean-Luc Mchiche, Paris A pair of monumental armoires from China, made for the Emperor in Each in sculptured relief with dragons 1830-1850. and locks in sculptured bronze. Albert Vandervelden, La Mssangre, Tom Laaracker, Lige, Belgium Early 18th century Belgian armoire in deep carved oak. Its funtion was to store arms, i.e. guns. Lige was a weapons town. Also a collection of 17th and 18th century signed silver pieces, in high relief, made for the Rothschild family, by Andreas Johan Tellet. An exceptional painted and gilded altar piece of around 1500, made for a private home.