(1855 - 1919)
Gilbert Gaul was active/lived in New York, Tennessee, New Jersey. Gilbert Gaul is known for frontier-war genre and landscape painting.
Born in Jersey City, New Jersey, Gilbert Gaul became a painter of
highly realistic western scenes showing interaction between Caucasian
people and Indians.
He attended schools in Newark, New Jersey
and the Claverack Military Academy, but ill health prevented him from
pursuing a naval career. In the 1870s, he began the study of art,
enrolling in New York at the National Academy of Design where he
studied with Lemuel Wilmarth and at the Art Students League with John
George Brown. In 1882, he was elected a member of the National Academy
He spent four years in Van Buren, Tennessee, painting
Civil War depictions and rural genre and then worked as an illustrator
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