Episode 1 Biennale 1, Show 1 Paris. Berry-Hill Galleries, Fred Hill, New York Portrait of George Washington by Rembrandt Peale, one of the great artists of the nineteenth century in America. Galerie Chevalier, Dominique Chevalier, Paris 4 Flemish tapestries, with Chinese themes, of the early 18th century. Christian Deydier, Oriental Bronzes, Eulalie Steens, Paris Han dynasty horse of the second century AD. Galerie Laurentin, Paris PTL talking about:three 19th century watercolours by Jeanne Gonzalez, 19th century portrait of small child, Cri-Cri, by Paul Baudry, 19th century oil portrait of The Laundress by Jeanne Gonzalez. Gierhards Antiques & Fine Art, GT, Dusseldorf George discusses a collection of decorative objects from the 18th century and especially a pair of pot-pourri made by Svres. Gismondi, Sabrina Gismondi, Paris A 17th century Italian cabinet, all in semi-precious stone marquetry set in silver and bronze, made by Jacomo Herman. Colnaghi, Donald Garstang, London Two 18th century paintings by Giovanni Paola Panini. Both studies for larger paintings of each Bishop. Hopkins-Thomas-Custot, Waring Hopkins, Paris A 19th century Degas pastel of a woman after her bath. Robert C. Noortman, Maastricht A 17th century Dutch still-life painting, with fruits and food, by Jan Davidszoon de Heem. Jean-Claude Bellier, Paris A 1904 painting of Madame Vuillard, by her son Edouard Vuillard, one of the great Fauve painters of the Nabis period. Joel Fau & Cie, Guillaume Fau, Paris On the stand of Francois Lage, Guillaume Fau tells us about the late 18th century wood-panelled room from Bordeaux. Then, in another room he shows the re-produced 17th century panelling, from the Court of Louis XIV, in plaster. Interesting discussion of panelling, materials in which in can be made and the prices. Galerie Schmit, Manuel Schmit, Paris A fantasy exercise with an imaginery $US2 million and what it might buy. Manuel Schmit talks about: a painting by Berthe Morisot, a portrait of Madame Bonnard by Vuillard, a portrait of a man by Soutine, still-lifes by Marquet, Lger, Bonnard, two Braques. Some great Impressionists. Didier Aaron, Herv Aaron, Paris A mechanical table by Jean Francois Oeben around 1760. Konrad Bernheimer Munich 18th century French painting: After the Ball by Jean-Francois de Troyes. A large 16th century landscape of the Golden Age by the Flemish painter, Pieter Baltens.