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GALLAND Gilbert

French ( 1870 - 1956 )

Gilbert Galland, born in 1870 in Lyon, and died in 1956 in Algiers, is a French orientalist painter. In Algiers in 1889, Gilbert Galland is the pupil of Hippolyte Dubois, painter from Nantes, director of the Beaux-Arts of Algiers from 1885 to 1909. He likes to paint boats, harbors and scenes of life. With his teacher, he was one of the founders of the Society of Algerian Orientalist Artists in 1897. He exhibited at the Society of Fine Arts of Algiers and also in Paris, where he presented watercolors: views of Brittany, Marseille , from the Far East and Algeria. He is the friend of Gabriel Darbeda, architect and professor at the School of Fine Arts in Algiers. Gilbert Galland was appointed painter of the Navy in 1900. The same year, he participated in the decoration of the restaurant The Blue Train of the Gare de Lyon in Paris with the Rummel Valley for the Tunisian show, and Vue d'Alger for the show Algerian. With Maxime Noiré, he goes to Bou-Saâda, an oasis city nicknamed "The City of Happiness" or "Door of the Desert", to raise the sights to prepare the Algerian diorama of the Universal Exhibition of 1900. He also paints views of Jerusalem and will decorate many ships for the Shipping Companies. He will guide the first steps of artist like Jacques Gatti. Gilbert Galland receives the Palmes académiques in 1901. - Source wikipedia.

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