Francois Gall

 

Beloosesky Gallery is interested in purchasing original paintings by Francois Gall. 

Please call (917) 749-4577 or email us at info@beloosesky.com

 

Francois Gall was born in Kolosvar, Transylvania in 1912. Gall began his artistic career at the Royal Academy of Art in Rome where he studied multiple artistic disciplines. The artist’s big break came in the form of a scholarship that enabled him to move to Paris.

 

In Paris Gall honed his talents at the National Academy of Fine Arts. Gall was drawn to the work of the early impressionists who greatly influenced his style. Typical subjects of his paintings included everyday Parisian scenes as well as portraits of women. Gall used these traditional impressionist subjects and imbued them with his own unique style.

 

Gall received numerous awards in his lifetime, beginning with recognition at the Paris Salon of 1947. The accolaids culminated in his receiving of the highest honor bestowed upon an artist in France - The Chevalier dans ‘Odre des Arts de Lettres.

 

 

Timeline

 

1912
Born, Transylvania

 

1930
Scholarship, Hungarian Government

 

1936
Moved to Paris

 

1963
Francis Smith Prize

 

1974
Medaille de Vermeil de la Ville de Paris

 

1976
Appointed Chevalier dans l'Odre des Arts des Lettres

 

1987
Died

 

Museums

     Muses de la Ville de Paris 
     Musee d’Auxerre 
     Musee de l’Union Francaise a Versailles 
     Musees de Budapest 
     Musee de l’Art Moderne de Vienne

 

Exhibitions

     Salon d’Automne 
     Salon des Independants 
     Salon des Tuileries
     Salon d’AsnieresGalerie des Beaux-Arts