Robert Chailloux (French, 2006)


Chailloux was born in Paris on 23rd April, 1913. He was a pupil of the “Cours Superieurs de Dessin des Ecoles de la Ville de Paris”, and later at the “Ecole des Arts Decoratifs”.
He exhibited for many years at all the principal Salons in France, including the Salon National des Beaux Arts, the Salon de la Marine and the Salon d’Automne. His work has also been exhibited in Great Britain, Switzerland, Belgium, America and Canada, as well as in Moscow in 1975 at the Museum Pouchkine, and then in Leningrad at the Hermitage Museum.
Chailloux’s paintings have been acquired by the City of Paris, and the Museum of the Ile de France. He was a member of the “Societe de la Salon de l’Art Libre”, the “Salon des Artistes Francais”, and the “Salon d’Hiver”. He was also elected to be an Officer of the “Arts, Sciences et Lettres.”
His biography can be found in all of the renowned Art dictionaries of the World including Benezit, Kunster-lexicon and Who’s Who.
Chailloux sadly passed away at the end of 2006 yet today, his paintings can be found in private collections all over the World.