Pierre-Julien Gilbert (Pierre J. Gilbert, 1783-1860) Frenchpainters, who worked in the XIX century.
He not just endured on canvas what he saw scenes of seascapes and spectacular naval battles, but approached his work with great seriousness. Namely, he took lessons on the engineering Sciences, to avoid inaccuracies in the process of painting.
In 1816, Pierre-Julien Gilbert was appointed Professor of drawing institution in the Navy in Brest. Often, as a artist, accompanied the expedition. From 1842 to 1850 he taught drawing at the naval Academy.