Herbert Gustave Schmalz (1856-1935) was a historical painter from England.
Herbert Gustave Schmalz Summary:
- His grandfather was painter James Wilson Carmichael.
- He studied at the South Kensington Art School, then at the Royal Academy of Arts.
- After a trip to Jerusalem, he created a series of paintings that tackled scenes from the New Testament.
- He painted portraits during the latter part of his career.
- He took his mother’s maiden name after Germany was defeated in World War I in 1918.
Herbert Gustave Schmalz Famous Paintings:
- Zenobia’s last look on Palmyra (1888)
- Faithful Unto Death (1888)
- The Great Awakening (1897)
- Rabboni (1896)
- Return from Calvary (1891)
- A Fair Beauty (1889)
- Home of Bethany (1909)