(1830 - )


Wandenberg was an important Parisian gilder and frame maker based at 42, rue Veuve St Augustin.
Establishing his company in 1830 Wandenberg was succeeded by his sons in the last quarter of the century, who changed their signature from 'WANDENBERG/ PEINTURE, DORURE, MIROITERIE / Encadrements de Style et Fantaisie' to 'Wandenberg & Fils Ainé, Doreurs' and re-located the business to 10 et 12 Place Delaborde.
They were known for their elaborate gilding and worked for many of the leading ébénistes of the period. In addition a number of frames to pictures by important artists such as Edouard Monet bear their label to the reverse.