Jensen was educated at the technical school of arts in 1887 and finished the Royal Academy of Arts in 1890. Jensen was one of the academies favorite artists of the time and was featured every year in their exhibitions from the day he graduated in 1890 to his death in 1930. Jensen worked with landscapes and figure scenes, but it was his portraits that made him known. His portraits were known for their amazing details and life-like qualities and earned him many prizes like: Raben-Levetzau prize in 1892, Stoltenberg prize in 1897 and the bronze medallion at the world fair in Paris 1900. Jensen also worked at the Royal Academy there he worked as a professor from about1887-1890. Jensen worked and traveled in Germany and France from 1897 and in Italy from 1907.
The artists fall exhibition: 1904-1910.
Art Exhibition, Sweden: 1897.
World Fair, Paris: 1900.
The artist union: 1923-1930 and 1942.
Gabriel Jensen is listed in artprice.com. His works has been sold for $5,391.
(Christies, London. 29-03-90. Lot no: 54.)