Paul Weber (artist)

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For other people of the same name, see Paul Weber.

Gottlieb Daniel Paul Weber (19 January 1823-12 October 1916) was a German artist.

He was born in Darmstadt. He studied art in Frankfurt, and in 1848 came to the United States, settling in Philadelphia. In 1858 he went to Darmstadt, where he was appointed court painter. Among those of his works that are owned in the United States are “A Scene in the Catskills,” in the Corcoran Gallery, Washington (1858); “Morning,” in the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; and “Lake Chiemsee, in the Bavarian Highlands.” He died in Munich.