Arton Girbal - Gaby Montbreuse, 1924 (Art Deco) - Framed Picture - 16"H x 12"W
A 16"H x 12"W framed Picture of 'Arton Girbal - Gaby Montbreuse, 1924'
Gaby Montbreuse (Julia Léontine Hérissé) was a French singer and music hall artist.
Gaby Montbreuse went to Paris and began as an actress in theater Antoine before appearing on the stages of concert cafés . She became a star of music hall, and appeared in the Folies-Belleville, The Roudoudou and Thou hast possessed by surprise.
She is the creator of Titin songs Léo Daniderff
After going bankrupt in the early 1930s , Gaby Montbreuse disappears from the Paris scene and retired to her sister Yvonne, widow of race car driver André Boillot.