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Roland Balaÿ was born on 19 May, 0002 in New York, is a director. Discover Roland Balaÿ's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 102 years old?

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Age 102 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 19 May 0002
Birthday 19 May
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Date of death 16 September 2004
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Nationality New York

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Roland Balay (May 1902, in Paris – 16 September 2004, in New York City) was a Franco-American art dealer and director of the Knoedler Gallery. He sold the family gallery to Armand Hammer in 1971 .


In 1975, Christie's London sold works of art belonging to him and Ruth K. Henschel.


Balay was the last living family member to run Knoedler. In 1971, Knoedler was sold to collector Armand Hammer. Balaÿ was named honorary president of the company in 1976.


At the start of World War II, Balay was mobilized in the French army. He then partnered with George Keller for a time at Carstairs Gallery in New York. In 1956, after the death of Charles Henschel (Carl Henschel), Balay took over the management of the family business. He exhibited Braque, Léger, Picasso, Willem de Kooning, Henry Moore, Barnett Newman.


From the 1930s until 1940, Balay ran a gallery with Louis Carré, at 10 avenue de Messine, dealing in modern artists there and organizing exhibitions for artists Juan Gris and Paul Klee exhibitions (June–July 1938). Balay and Carré collaborated with Étienne Bignou, Valentine Dudensing, César de Hauke, Pierre Matisse and other dealers.


Son of Charles Balaÿ, French miniaturist painter, and Amélie Knoedler, Roland Balaÿ was the grandson of Michael Knoedler and the nephew of Roland Knoedler, respectively founder and director of the New York art gallery Knoedler. Balay joined the family firm in 1922. He was responsible, notably on behalf of Andrew Mellon, for the sales of works of art by the Soviet government 1930-1932, in association with Matthiessen galleries (Berlin) and Colnaghi (London).