Galerie Louise Leiris

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Galerie Louise Leiris was a fine art gallery in Paris established by Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler in 1920.<ref name="mfa">Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Head of a Woman (1909) by Pablo Picasso, provenance notes</ref>

Initially, the business was known as the Galerie Simon. It was named after Kahnweiler's partner, André Simon.<ref name="mfa"/>

In 1940, the business was turned over to Louise Leiris, who was Kahnweiler's sister-in-law. It was run under her name.<ref name="mfa"/>

Prominent among the artists who sold paintings through this gallery was Pablo Picasso.

The gallery continued in business for several decades.