Born in Poland in 1948, André Inglot has lived in France since 1981.
After graduating from the Polish School of Fine Arts in 1965, he was in charge of contemporary exhibitions at the National Museum in Ziema Lubuska, from 1979 to 1980.
Impressionist in style, Inglot's landscapes and marine scenes present captivating compositions that give off a soft light. At the same time, since its arrival in France, Inglot has also created interior and exterior murals, including “the largest canvas in France”, created in 1997 near the great Haubans bridge.
- Magazin'Art, biennial directory of Canadian artists in galleries, 2004-2005 and earlier
- Poster for the film “The Little Buddha” by Bernardo Bertolucci
- Bloc Shoes, Dijon, France
- Communication & Advertising Squadron, Paris, France
- Eurotranslation enr.
- Galeries Lafayette, Paris, France
- J-Mafor Inc.
- Trans-National Buildings
- Town Hall of Fontenay-Sous-Bois, France
- Elancourt Town Hall, Yvelines, France
- The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corp.
- City of Vincennes, France
- Wall Street Capitol, USA
- 1975-1981 - Delegate for contemporary exhibitions, Ziema Lubuska National Museum
- 1980 - Order of Merit for Culture of the Zielona Region, Poland
- 1980 - Second Prize, Western Salon, Zielona Gora, Poland
- 1979 - First Prize, Autumn Salon, Zary, Poland
- 1975 - First Prize, Polish Art Review