André des Gachons
André des Gachons (March 15, 1871 - July 13, 1951) was a French painter and illustrator.
He exhibited at the Salon des Gachons from 1892 and at the Salon des Cent from January 1895. His use of watercolors were delicate. From 1913, in La Chaussee-sur-Marne, he painted weather observations each day at regular times, small watercolors; more than 77,000 were sent to the weather service in Paris. With his brother Jacques, Gachons published "l’Album des légendes" (“Livre des légendes”), a collection of poems, tales and legends.
- "André des Gachons". Art-et-metiers.net. Retrieved 9 May 2012.
- Jean-Paul Barbier, Des Châlonnais illustres, célèbres et mémorables, 2000.
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