We have a treasure at this museum a few miles north of Copenhagen #1 Danish Golden Age painters in the original building #2 Special exhibition on Swedish Anders Zorn autumn 2021 #3 French impressionist paintings owned by Ordrupgaard in a new building beneath the ground The Gauguin baby head has a story. Paul Gauguin was married to a Danish woman […]
I admire artists who were able to combine their art with a creative beautiful home.
Michael gave Anna room for her painting and today she is even more cherished for her use of light and colour
My last post was about the area in Aarhus that once was one of the barracks in Aarhus. Now a centre for culture, concerts and art exhibitions. ARoS is a spectacular building with a glass roof ring, a piece of art by Danish/ Icelandish Olafur Elisson. Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) was far ahead of his time. I can’t believe […]
Years ago, my interest in WWII and my love for Copenhagen, our Danish capital, brought me in contact with the artist Simon Bang. At the time, I didn’t know that Simon Bang was a painter as we corresponded about historical subjects on a Facebook group on old black and white photos from our capital. Later on, I found his works illustrated on […]
In Glyptoteket, you have the beauty of architecture and Carl Jacobsen's valuable art collection from ancient times until his contemporary time.
The closest we came to Los Angeles was a visit three years ago to the Getty Museum for European art up to 1900. The view over the bare green and brown mountains and LA highways from the modern architecture building was overwhelming and unfamiliar to me as a Dane. It’s temporarily closed due to this year’s situation, which gave me […]
Pressing on to learn to use the WordPress Block Editor, I have made a small progress from last week to now. Thank you to my fellow Bloggers for inspiration
On the women's international Day, I would like to show you paintings by the Danish artist Anna Ancher (1859-1935)
In my last two posts, I wrote about the City of London. To see the buildings and streets while riding bus 15 takes you quickly to Kings Cross Station and Trafalgar Square. The National Gallery of Art and the National Portrait Gallery is there for all to see for free. The first museum is vast, and to be able to […]
#Two in a series on the City of London The city of London was built on the original Roman London and nearly destroyed twice. The first time in 1666 during the Great Fire and next during the Blitz in WWII. I believe most tourists go to this area to see St Paul’s Cathedral or The Monument; I recommend to walk around […]