Jozef Israels was an 18th century Dutch painter and most famous as being a leading member of The Hague School of landscape painters. He is also the father of Isaac Israels, the Dutch Impressionist painter. Israels was deeply influenced by his stay at Zandvoort, a fishing village near Haarlem where he saw the poverty and daily struggle of the fishermen and their family. In this way he is compared to Jean-Francois Millet, who also painted scenes of rural poverty in his native France.
Israel’s most famous paintings are “Alone in the World”, “A Jewish Wedding”, and “Mending the Nets”.
Look for Hague School paintings by Josef Israels on our website here:- https://www.reproduction-gallery.com/artist/jozef-israels/
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