(1893 - 1981)
Robert Hale Ives Gammell was active/lived in Rhode Island, Massachusetts. Robert Gammell is known for allegorical mural, portrait and biblical painting.
Robert Hale Ives Gammell was born to wealth in Providence, Rhode Island and spent the majority of his artistic life in Boston at the Fenway Studios and in Williamstown, MA, where he died in 1981. In 1910, Gammell studied briefly with William C. Loring and Wm. Sergeant Kendall before training in 1913 at Boston's Museum School with Philip Hale, F.W. Benson and Edmund C. Tarbell for a few months. That was the year Benson and Tarbell resigned from the school.
Gammell then went to Provincetown, MA to study with Charles Hawthorn and then to the Academie Julian in Paris and the Academie Baschet until the end of 1914. He was tremendously influenced by the teachings of Tarbell and the work of Joseph DeCamp and William M. Paxton (whose estate ... Displaying 750 of 3882 characters.