(1819 - 1906)
Theodore (Jean Louis) Gentilz was active/lived in Texas / France. Theodore Gentilz is known for survey, history, landscape-Indian camps.
Biography Theodore Gentilz
The following is from "The Handbook of Texas Online", a joint project of The General Libraries at the University of Texas at Austin and the Texas State Historical Association.
GENTILZ, JEAN LOUIS THÉODORE (1819-1906). Théodore Gentilz, painter, son of Pierre Louis Gentilz, Parisian manufacturer of custom-built carriages, was born in Paris in 1819. He was trained as draftsman, painter, and engineer at the Imperial School of Mathematics and Drawing, student of the painter Ramon Quesada Monvoisin and of "my master, [Eugène Emmanuel] Viollet-le-Duc." Gentilz was engaged in 1844 by the French entrepreneur Henri Castroqv to serve as surveyor, artist, and promotion agent for Castro's projected colony in Texas.
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