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Ismaël Gentz was the son of the orientalist painter Wilhelm Gentz. He took over his father's Berlin studio in 1890. He was most famous for his portraits.

Jozef Israëls (1824-1911) was a Dutch painter born to Jewish parents. He moved to Hague in 1870 and belonged to the Hague school of painters. He heavily influenced the German Jewish artists Max Liebermann and Hermann Struck.

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Gentz, Ismaël, 1862-1914: Portrait of Josef Israels (1824-1911), Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 78.133.

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Gentz, Ismaël, 1862-1914

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