(1828 - 1903)
Paul Joseph Constantin Gabriel was active/lived in Netherlands, Germany, Holland. Paul Gabriel is known for Hague School tonalist landscape painting, drawing, watercolor, etching.
Biography Paul Gabriel
Paul Joseph Constantin Gabriel was a painter, draftsman, watercolorist, and etcher who belonged to the Hague School*.
Gabriel was the son of the sculptor and painter, Paul Joseph Gabriel. From 1840 until 1843 he was educated at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Amsterdam, where he was a pupil of Louis Zocher. The following year he went to the German town of Cleves, where Barend Cornelis Koekkoek had founded a drawing academy. Later he returned to the Netherlands and studied with Cornelis Lieste in Haarlem. Here he became acquainted with Anton Mauve, with whom he was to work with often.
In 1853 Gabriel moved to Ooosterbeek, also called the 'Dutch Barbizon', where landscape painter Johannes Warnardus Bilders had gathered around
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