Nicolas Anguste Galimard, a French painter, born in Paris, March 25, 1813. He studied under Ingres, and exhibited his first works in 1835. The Ode," exhibited in 1846, was purchased for the gallery of the Luxembourg. The emperor Napoleon bought in 1857 his "Leda," to which the committee of the exhibition of 1855 had objected on account of its indecency. He has executed many paintings for churches, and particularly excels in cartoons for church windows. He has introduced among artists the use of paints with a base of zinc, and has written much on art and contemporary artists. One of his writings is entitled L'Art des vitraux.