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Gilsoul Victor Olivier

Victor Olivier Gilsoul was a Belgian artist born in 1867 in Brussels and died in 1939 in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert. He was a painter and etcher. He was a Belgian impressionist. Training at the Academy in Brussels (1885-1890) and at the Academy in Antwerp. He took classes from L. Artan and F. Courtens. Debuted at the Salon in Brussels in 1884. Initially painted dark and gloomy landscapes, but around 1900 his palette became lighter and brighter. He painted the landscape in realistic design and widely applied paint masses, especially in Brabant and Nieuwpoort. However, he also painted interiors, portraits, city and canal views, harbor scenes, Belgian and Dutch coastal views. He liked moonlight nightscapes as well. Traveled to Paris and France in 1911 and also worked for some time in Brittany. Was a member of the Forward Group. Later he also became an honorary member of "La Gravure Originale Belge". In 1914 he fled to London. From 1924 he was a teacher at the Higher Institute in Antwerp. Work in the Museums in Antwerp, Diksmuide, Bruges, Mons, Brussels, Ixelles. Mentioned in BAS I and Two centuries of signatures of Belgian artists. Source: Piron