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Jozef Israëls (1824 - 1911)
Settling in The Hague in 1870, he became a leader of the Barbizon-inspired Hague School of artists. Realistically depicting the labouring poor gave Israëls an ideal vehicle for exploring, with peculiar intensity, his own deep well of human sympathy.
Exhibiting in The Netherlands and across Europe, Israëls achieved great success, becoming one of the most respected Dutch artists of his generation. Created a Knight-Officer of the prestigious Order of Leopold in 1886, Israëls sat for his own portrait by the Scottish painter George Paul Chambers.
Jozef Israëls (1824 - 1911) Waiting Oil on canvas
95.3 x 133.9 cm (37 ½ x 52 ¾ inches)
Signed lower left, Jozef Israels
Jozef Israëls (1824 - 1911) Three Children by the Beach Oil on canvas
32 x 49 cm (12 ⁵/₈ x 19 ¹/₄ inches)
Signed lower right, Jozef Israels
Jozef Israëls (1824 - 1911) Woman cooking Watercolour on paper
62 x 75 cm (24 ³/₈ x 29 ¹/₂ inches)
Signed lower left Jozef Israels
Executed circa 1890