Author: Cederstrøm, Elisabeth, Elisabeth Delin Hansen, Chris Fischer, et. al
Year Published: No year
No. of pages: 238
Illustrations: 92 Color Illustrations. 19 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 12”x 9”
On the occasion of the centenary of the opening of Statens Museum for Kunst, it was natural to focus on 100 masterpieces from their collection. Selected from among 8000 paintings and sculptures and 300,000 graphic sheets, the works of this publication are presented chronologically according to the year of their origin - irrespective of nationality, artist and technique. Some artists included are Christen Købke, Wilhelm Bendz, Constantin Hansen, Paul Cezanne, Edvard Munch, Anna Ancher, August Strindberg, Henri Matisse, et. al.
Author: Saabye, Marianne ed
Year Published: 2011
No. of pages: 255
Illustrations: 147 Color Illustrations. 13 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 10 1/2”x 9 1/2”
The book 100 Years of Danish Art presents 100 selected paintings from the collection - the major works, but also lesser known pictures that deserve new attention. The book offers the public insight into the amusing and fascinating stories that lie behind the individual works by artists like Eckersberg, Ancher and Hammershøi. Great emphasis has been placed on giving the book an inviting form with pictures and intriguing texts, so the book is also am excellent idea for a gift.
Author: Grate, Pontus and Nils-Göran Hökby
Language: Swedish/ English summaries
Year Published: 1985
No. of pages: 153
Illustrations: 39 Color Illustrations. 101 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 11”x 8 1/2”
The period from 1880 to 1910 appears as one of the most outstanding periods in Scandinavian painting as the art in each of the four Nordic countries- Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden- simultaneously attained a power, a coherence, and an originality never reached before. During this period, collaboration between Scandinavian artists increased dramatically, and they often maintained these ties during their frequent sojourns in Paris, Brittany, and Normandy. Rather than attempting to do justice to the many strong individualities present, this exhibition stresses the interconnections and common themes within their work. Thus it captures the characteristic play of light and air that recurs throughout the artists’ depictions of reality. Essentially, this book presents the young Nordic avant-garde of the 1880s, including artists such as Munch, Zorn, Schjerfbeck, Ancher, Larsson, Krøyer, and Liljefors, to name a few, who broke new ground in their own countries’ national art, but also remained consistently aware of trends and movement abroad.
Author: Sandström, Sven
Year Published: 1977
No. of pages: 124
Illustrations: some Color Illustrations. few B&W Illustrations.
Size: 9 1/2”x 8 1/2”
Author: Lederballe, Thomas & Rebecca Rabinow
Year Published: 2002
No. of pages: 296
Illustrations: 87 Color Illustrations. 13 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 11”x 9”
Wilhelm Hansen’s outstanding collection of French art was created during and after World War I, and was bequeathed to the Danish state in 1952. The collection is one of the finest of its kind in all of northern Europe, and its quality is acknowledged all over the world. With this in mind, a series of exhibitions has been arranged in the course of 2002 at three of the most important American museums. The present publication is the catalogue that was drawn up for the American exhibition and is the first stage towards the publication of a proper catalogue raisonné - that is, a complete research-based publication of the French collection. Includes paintings by Ingres, Corot, Delacroix Courbet, Pisarro, Manet, Degas, Cezanne, Sisley, Monet, Morisot, Renoir, Gauguin, Matisse, Købke, Skovgaard, Lundbye, Hammershøi et al.