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Jean-Amadée Gibert (January 28, 1869 in Marseille – 1945 in Marseille), is a painter (Prix de Rome in 1898), French architect and curator.
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He was a pupil of Antoine Dominique Magaud. In 1890, he won the painting Marseille, which allowed him to study in Paris at the École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts where he will be a student of Gérôme and Jourdan. In 1898 he won the Grand Prix of Rome History of painting with ""the pool of Bethsaida"" which allowed him to go to Italy, where he discovered archeology and architecture.
Jean-Amédée Gibert regularly exhibited portraits, genre scenes, still lifes and landscapes at the Salon of French Artists Salon des Artistes and Marseille. After France, Jean-Amédée Gibert regularly exhibited portraits, genre scenes, still lifes and landscapes at the Salon of French Artists Salon des Artistes and Marseille. From 1909 he became curator of Musée des Baux-Arts de Marseille, as well as museums Grobet-Labadie and Cantini of the same city. In 1919, he gave several works in museums, including a collection of figurines from Provence.
War memorial of Arles by J.-A. Gibert (architecture) and by G. Luppé (sculpture)