|Intro||Wife of Naftel, Paul Jacob , watercolour painter and art teacher|
|Was||Painter Artist Educator Art educator|
|Field||Arts Academia Education|
|Birth||1832, Derby, City of Derby, Derbyshire, United Kingdom|
|Death||1912 (aged 80 years)|
Isabel Naftel, née Oakley, (baptised 20 July 1832, died 1912) was a British artist known for her portrait, genre and landscape paintings.
Naftel was the youngest of the three daughters of the, then, Derby based artist Octavius Oakley and his wife Maria Moseley. Her genre and portrait paintings, and landscapes of the English south coast and the Channel Islands were shown on a regular basis in London during the Victorian era. Between 1857 and 1891, Naftel had 54 works accepted for public exhibition. Ten of her paintings were included in exhibitions at the Royal Academy. Naftel also had 13 works accepted by the Society of British Artists and nine pieces by the New Watercolour Society. Among her works shown at the Royal Academy were A Little Red Riding Hood in 1862, Musing in 1869 and A Sark Cottage in 1885. Works by her were also shown at the Grosvenor Gallery and at the New Gallery.