Camilla Göbl was born in Vienna, and exhibited her flowerpieces, still life paintings and the occasional landscape there from 1896 onwards. She seems not to have left her native city, continuing to show her work until shortly before her death in her nineties. She worked mainly in oils, producing numbers of highly-finished pictures which derive from 17th century Dutch still life artists, such as Jan Davidsz. de Heem; she also painted some lively watercolour sketches, in the style perhaps of Duncan Grant or even of Bonnard.
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