Anne-French Fine Arts

Gaston Sébire

(French, 1920–2001)

fishing boat on seine by gaston sébire

Gaston Sébire

Fishing Boat on Seine

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st. tropez by gaston sébire

Gaston Sébire

St. Tropez

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Biography

Timeline

Gaston Sebire, a French artist, was born August 18, 1920, in Saint-Samson Calvados. He was a painter of landscapes, seascapes, still lifes and flowers. Sebire was also an engraver, pastel artist and painter of theatre decorations. After his studies in Rouen, he continued to develop his craft. Sebire settled in Paris in 1951 and while there, participated in numerous solo exhibitions in France, including the Salon of Independents, Paris Salon of Tuileries, Paris Comparisons Salon of 1962 and the Paris Salon of French Artists of 1964. He also exhibited in London with Lorjou and Clave, as well as Munich, Washington, and Japan. Today Sebire's work can be seen in Museums in Paris, Rouen and Trouville.
1975
French Gov. Awarded him-civilian Legion of Honor
Greenshields Prize
Medal of Honor, Salon de la Marine
Prix de la Critique
Prix de la Casa Velasquez

Exhibitions

1952
Paris
1944
Rouen