Greatest American Painters

Gilbert Gaul (1855 – 1919)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on April 13, 2012

Leaving Home

Indian Meditation

News From The Front

The Indian Prisoner

Ghost Dance

Rainy Day In The Garret

The Young Hunter

The Song Of Victory

The Land Of The Free

The Captain

Indian By The Campfire

Captured By Confederates

By The Campfire

Holding The Line At All Hazards

Smoking In The Calumet

Peace Conference

U.S.Troops Storming The Trenches In Santiago

Returning From The Hunt

Tidings From The Front

On Bivouac

Tending The Fire

The Letter

Indian Scout

Union Soldier

Sitting Bull

Self Portrait

2 Responses to “Gilbert Gaul (1855 – 1919)”

  1. perfect! wonderful figures and colors!

  2. Bruce said

    Interesting to me that I found the painting with the most vitality, meaning, and feeling to be his self-portrait.

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