Hubert Le Gall

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Biography of Hubert Le Gall

After economic and financial studies, Hubert Le Gall chose to devote himself to a full life as an artist, designer, sculptor, scenographer and painter. 

A contemporary artist, he creates in his studio in Montmartre (formerly the one of the painter Pierre Bonnard), pieces of furniture that are both functional and poetic. It combines unusual ideas playing on shapes, light and colors. Hubert Le Gall works with various materials such as wood, glass, resin and ceramic, but bronze remains his favorite material.

His first vegetal inspirations embodied in the famous daisy tables or flower chests of drawers have become classics of private and public collections (Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Musée de La Piscine de Roubaix). A bestiary will follow with bull cabinets, heron-healers, sheep and rabbits.

The art of Hubert Le Gall brings together and crosses the legacies of Jean-Michel Frank, Jean Royère, André Dubreuil, Giacometti, or Dali in pieces of excellence, timeless and often imprinted with a joyful fairy.

Since 2000, the artist has dedicated himself to exhibition scenographies for fine arts museum like the Grand Palais, Orsay, Luxembourg, Jean-Jacques Henner, Montreal’s fine arts museum and for prestigious companies such as the Maison Hermès.

32 avenue Marceau
75008 Paris, France
Monday to Friday from 10am to 7pm
Saturdays from 2 to 7 p.m.
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