François Gall was born on May 22, 1912 in Kosovar (Transylvania). He is considered a still life and figure painter from the French school. From 1929 to 1930, Gall studied in Rome, at l'Académie Royale des Beaux-Arts. In 1936, François Gall traveled to Paris to study at the at the l'Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts. At the Paris Salon of 1947, he was a warded the Médaille d'Ore. In 1953, Gall won the Prix Fraincis Smith in 1963. He was appointed Lauréat de l'Institut de France in 1965 and won the prix Gustave Courtois, Médaille d'Or du Mérite National Français. In 1970 he was awarded with the Prix de Bonnat, the Prix the Becker in 1971 and the Prix Paul Chabas in 1972, and with the Médaille de Vermeil de la Ville de Paris in 1974.
François Gall exhibited his works in New York, London, Rome, Montréal, Toronto, Berne, Bevaix, Mexico, Stockholm and Bruxelles. His works came be found in Museums through out France and in international private collection.
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