Managing Director of the company since 2007, he joins the company in 1998. A graduate of the I.S.E.G (Institut Supérieur Européen de Gestion), he trained alongside his father, Pierre Chevalier, and continues to do so, accompanied by various specialists, with the aim to satisfy the needs and requirements of our clients.
Chairman of Chevalier Conservation, he handed over the running of the company to his son after 30 years at its head. Expert for the Court of Appeal of Versailles, previous President of the S.E.M.A (a company that supports and advises arts and crafts) and the tradeshow the Salon du Patrimoine, Advisor for technical education, member of the commission for culture at UNESCO, member of the commission for the accreditation of conservators at the Ministry of Culture, member and Expert for the S.F.E.P., co-author of the book “Les Tapisseries d’Aubusson et de Felletin” (prix de l’Académie des Beaux-Arts in 1988), his experience continues to be of great value for Chevalier Conservation.
Head of the tapestry conservation-restoration studios, she holds a CAP in tapestry restoration and in dressmaking and has worked for the company for over 30 years. In 1999 she was awarded the diploma of “meilleure ouvrière de France” in tapestry restoration.
She is in charge of a team of ten conservators-restorers, supervising their work as well as managing the logistics of the objects to be worked on.
A conservator accredited by the Museums of France and a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts, Krakow, Tamara works in the tapestry, textile and carpet and rug conservation-restoration studios, as she has for the last 20 years.
In particular, she undertook the conservation of the majority of the carpets from the Department of Islamic Art (Louvre Museum) entrusted to our care.