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Camille-Auguste Gastine (1819 – 1867) was a French painter.


A student of Nicolas-Auguste Hesse, Paul Delaroche and François-Édouard Picot, he was trained at the École des Beaux-arts de Paris.[1] He exhibited a Holy Family at the 1844 Salon, then travelled to Italy and stayed in Rome. He frequently collaborated on several monumental decorative schemes - that of the old Abbaye de Saint-Germain-des-Prés, with Hippolyte Flandrin in 1856; that of the chapel at the château de Broglie with Savinien Petit;[2] and that of the chapelle Saint-Joseph in the Cathédrale Saint-André de Bordeaux with Sébastien Cornu.

He also designed stained glass windows, such as for a church of St Stephen and for the cathedrals at Lodève and Béziers, along with decorative schemes for the churches of Saint-Laurent-Rochefort, Chazelles-sur-Lyon, Montant and Saint-Albain. He also took part in the decorative schemes for the Maison pompéïenne at 16-18 Avenue Montaigne in Paris,[3] the hôtel Granger, the hôtel Pereire, the hôtel du duc de Galliera, comte Murat's château and the Palais des Études of the École des beaux-arts de Paris between 1854 and 1855 and at the musée d'Amiens (now the Musée de Picardie). He also exhibited a Saint Catherine of Alexandria at the 1855 Exposition Universelle and produced portraits and several paintings of saints.
See E. A. G., Notice sur Gastine (Camille-Auguste), artiste peintre mort le 3 avril 1867, Paris, Edouard Vert, 1867
See Blandine Chavanne, François Macé de Lépinay and Sophie Harent, Savinien Petit 1815-1878 Le sentiment de la ligne, Artlys, musée des Beaux-Arts de Nancy, 72 p., 15 €. ISBN 2-85495-229-4
See Théophile Gautier, Arsène Houssaye and Charles Coligny, Le palais pompéien de l'avenue Montaigne : études sur la maison gréco-romaine, ancienne résidence du prince Napoléon, Paris, Palais pompéien, 1866

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