Gabriel Van Dievoet

Gabriel Van Dievoet is a Belgian decorator and Liberty style sgraffitist of great talent. He was the brother of the architect Henri Van Dievoet. He was born in Brussels on 12 April 1875, quai Bois à Brûler, 37, and died in Saint-Gilles (Brussels) on 17 November 1934.

He was the son of Leon Van Dievoet, ship-owner and maritime-agent, and of Hermine Straatman; and the grandson of Eugene van Dievoet and Hortense Poelaert (sister of the famous architect Joseph Poelaert).

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