Alexandre Sacha Garbell began painting at the age of thirteen. After completing his studies in Moscow, he arrived in Paris in 1923 and became a student at the Académie Ranson. Starting in 1928, Garbell’s work was presented in Paris, in either personal or collective exhibitions.
In 1946, Alexander Garbell went back to Paris where his work started exhibiting in major galleries. Starting in 1960, his work was exhibited abroad: in Denmark, Switzerland, England, Italy and the United States.
He died in December 1970 and is buried in Montry. Alexander Garbell has a son, Camille Garbell, who is a sculptor.
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