Conditions of Use


The website, accessible via: (hereinafter referred to as the “Site”), is published by:

Galerie Maison Parisienne (SAS) 
Siège social : 90, boulevard Pereire 75017 Paris – France.

Contact :

The publisher is Madame Florence Guillier Bernard, founder of Maison Parisienne .

This document constitutes the Site General Conditions of Use (CGUS). Access and all uses of the Site imply the unconditional acceptance of these terms of use.


The Site as well as all the elements it contains, in particular, the images, trademarks particularly “Pierre Renart”, the aesthetics of the objects represented therein, are protected by the national, regional or international legislation on Intellectual Property. Any reproduction, representation, total or partial distribution, by any means and using any media whatsoever, made without the express prior consent of Maison Parisienne is prohibited and could make the author liable.

Maison Parisienne authorises the creation of a hypertext link directed to the Site provided that:

– The “deep link” technique is not used so that the Site’s pages are not directly reproduced on a third-party site;The source is mentioned so as not to create confusion;
– The source is mentioned so as not to create confusion;
– The link is used for personal or informative purposes excluding any commercial or advertising purposes. The authorisation cannot be used for any defamatory or infringing purposes against the rules of law and particularly not for any purposes that violate Pierre Renart’s intellectual property rights. 

For all other purposes, the prior written permission of Maison Parisienne is required; you can request such authorisation by emailing the following address:


The personal information collected on the Site, namely the surname, first name, web address, city and country are used to organise and send out our Newsletter.

This information is stored on our servers and also transmitted to our partner, the company MAIL CHIMP which stores them in our MailChimp account for the sole purpose of sending out our Newsletter. This data is not transmitted to any other organisation and is not used for any other purpose other than to send out our Newsletter.

Data is stored on our servers and MailChimp account as long as you are subscribed to the Newsletter. In the event that the subscription is cancelled, your data remains on our server and MailChimp account but is no longer accessible; you can request your data to be completely erased by emailing the following address:

In accordance with Regulations on personal data protection, you have the right to access, modify, rectify, transfer and erase your data. You can exercise your rights by emailing the following address:

We also collect information through browser cookies. (See Cookies section).


What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are saved on your device (computer, smartphone, etc.) used to connect to our Site. These text files or “cookies” keep track of your activity on our Site.

There are different types of cookies for different purposes; for more information, visit the CNIL section, “What are cookies?”:

Site Cookies

Please find below a list of cookies used when you connect to the Site, their purpose and conditions of use:

– Cookies AudienceGoogle Analytics ®: To allow statistics on visits to be developed
– Social Media Cookies: By clicking on the “Facebook” and “Instagram” icons at the bottom left of the home page of the Site you are subject to the contractual terms of Facebook and Instagram (see “Social Media Cookies” section)
– Browser Cookies Computer: Allow internet users to browse easily

Site Cookie Settings

You can accept cookies fully or partially and take back your consent(s) at any time.  To do this you can configure cookies according to your own requirements. It should be noted that audience cookies are necessary for the site to function properly, they cannot be disabled or configured.

The use of other cookies varies depending on what browser is used. Take a look at your browser’s help menu, which will tell you how to change your cookie preferences:

Social Media Cookies is present on Social Media. We have Facebook and Instagram pages, whether they are fan pages or dedicated apps. We remind you that access to these Social Media platforms requires you to accept their contractual conditions including provisions relating to Regulations on Personal Data for the processing they perform, regardless of our pages on said Social Media platforms.

To find out more about the protection of your Personal Data when browsing these Social Media platforms, we invite you to consult their respective privacy policies.

You will be able to access the Social Media privacy policies by clicking the links below:
Instagram :

Browser Cookies

Internet explorer

“Tools” Menu > “Internet Options” > “Privacy”

You can set your cookie preferences by using the curser. If you click “Advanced” you are able to manually manage your Cookies. 

Save your preferences by clicking “OK”

Mozilla Firefox
“Tools” Menu > “Options” >  “Privacy”
History section: In the “Retention rules” drop-down menu, click on “use custom settings for history”
The parameters that are displayed allow you to set your cookie preferences and their retention period (refuse all cookies, accept cookies by refusing third-party cookies, etc.)
Save your preferences by clicking “OK”

Google Chrome
Click the customise and control Google Chrome icon located at the top right of the navigation bar. Select “Settings” then “show advanced settings”. In the privacy section, choose the “content settings” menu. Set your cookie preferences, select “Block third-party sites.”

“Safari” Menu > “Preferences” > the “Privacy” icon
Set your cookie preferences (Block third-party sites)

Netscape 6.X and 7.X
“Edit” Menu > “Preferences” > “Privacy and Security” > “Cookies”

Opera 6.0 and beyond
“File” Menu > “Preferences” > “Privacy”

For more information:
For Internet Explorer :
For Safari:
For Chrome :
For Firefox: et désactiver les cookies
For Opera :


Users agree to respect the integrity of the Site and not cause any Site breakdowns, alterations or malfunctions.


The Site may contain links to other sites not operated by Maison Parisienne. Maison Parisienne cannot in any way be held liable for the proper functioning of these links and the content of third-party sites. Maison Parisienne cannot be held liable for any damages that may occur as a result of connecting to the Site or Third-Party Sites mentioned on the Site.


Except for special public policy provisions applicable in the legislation of the user’s country, these conditions as well as any relations via the Site with the company Maison Parisienne are subject to French law. Any litigation that may result from the use of the Site or linked to the latter that cannot find an amicable solution will be brought before the competent Courts of the jurisdiction of the Court of Appeal of Paris.

In the event of any conflict between the conditions written in French and any language translations that may be made, it is expected that the French version shall prevail.


Maison Parisienne reserves the right to modify the conditions of access to the Site and its conditions of use which will be immediately applicable as soon as they are released. It is therefore recommended that Users check the contents of this document regularly to be sure of the rules governing the Site.