Are you tired of winter already? Yet, the lake view above by Danish painter Johan Thomas Lundbye (1818-1848) is almost inviting, on a bright sunny day. Can you even imagine yourself sitting on the wooden bench? Or perhaps the empty chair next to Marie Kroyer, the artist wife of Danish master Peder Severin Kroyer […]
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Danish artist Hans Andersen Brendekilde (1857-1942) often focused on the universe of children engaged in everyday activities, from playing games to joining together to cut a Christmas tree.
Danish master L.A. Ring (1854-1933) is considered one of his country’s leading artistic figures, renowned for his remarkable realism. Included among his subjects was his wife Sigrid Kahler, who is portrayed both pregnant, surrounded by the fertility of spring, and in a reflective mood with her husband’s paintings in the background. While in his […]
Danish artist Julius Paulsen (1860-1940) was influenced by Dutch master Rembrandt who created more self portraits than any other painter in the history of art. Like Rembrandt, Paulsen portrayed various stages of his life, here at the ages of 40 and 62.
Danish master Viggo Johansen (1851-1935) was an admired figure of his country’s art establishment in the late 19th century; he also was a member of the Skagen Painters, a colony of artists who portrayed the dramatic coast of Denmark. Johansen demonstrates his skill in portraiture in the unique self portrait with his wife Martha, […]
Danish artists Peder Severin Kroyer (1851-1909) and Michael Peter Ancher (1849-1927) were part of a group of painters who focused on the haunting seascapes of their country’s coast.
Click on the work of art to enlarge or enhance it. A BOY’S LIFE SOLITARY FISHING …..To forget oneself is to be happy. Robert Louis Stevenson, Memories and Portraits Childhood was a popular subject of both Danish artist H. A. Brendekilde (1857-1942) and Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894). To experience more of […]
Danish artist Laurits Andersen Ring (1854-1933) was a popular figure in his country’s art world. A number of his paintings are distinguished by their clarity, realism, and depictions of everyday living.
I was able to find little information on Danish artist Carl Frederik Aagaard (1833-1895); landscapes were a favorite subject.
An excerpt from Through an Artist’s Eyes: Learning to Live Creatively, chapter on Creative Routines. The hours can loom ahead if you find yourself confined….Boredom, restlessness, even despair can result, negatively affecting your overall perspective and self-esteem. Yet, even the most mundane task can be a source of artistry. Or, as the painter Georgia O’Keeffe once observed, you […]