Alexandre Sacha Garbell
Alexandre Sacha Garbell (Latvian 1903-1970)
Alexandre Sacha Garbell, was born in Riga, Latvia. Displaying early talent, he studied first in Moscow, and then by 1923 was in Paris at the Acedmie Ranson. He studied with Roger Bissiere and for a time with Andre LHote. By the year 1928 his career was well launched, with increasing notice from a number of group and solo exhibitions in Europe. After the war, he received international exposure, with exhibitions in a number of cities starting in 1946 in Paris. In 1956, Garbells work was shown in New York, and in 1961, the David Findlay Gallery staged an exhibition. Throughout the 1950s and 1960s, the artists work was viewed in a number of Salons. Garbell is now considered a member of the Ecole de Paris.