Author: Blæsild, Benno
Year Published: 2003
No. of pages: 105
Illustrations: 57 Color Illustrations. 29 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 8 1/2 sq
A beautiful home where the couple lived for about 50 years; it is now a museum. This book is filled with photographs of the interior from the 1900s, when they resided there. Good pictures of their paintings, as well as by many of their friends such as P.S. Krøyer and Marie Krøyer, Viggo Johansen, Christian Krohg and more. You will have a tour of the house and of its history.
Author: Jacobsen, Claus
Year Published: 2000
No. of pages: 72
Illustrations: 33 Color Illustrations. 12 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 8 1/2” sq
A pictorial monograph of the art and life of the Danish turn of the century painter Michael Ancher (1865-1927). Focusing mainly on his genre paintings, Ancher used diverse technique with color, brushstroke, and mood to create his intimate pieces in oil as well as with his drawings. This book provides background of Ancher’s life along with his paintings and subjects.
Author: Heltoft, Kjeld
Year Published: 2005
No. of pages: 224
Illustrations: 100 Color Illustrations. 120 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 10”x 7”
This is the largest selection of Hans Christian Andersen's visual art ever presented in one book. Without having had any knowledge of Andersen's visual art, van Gogh was convinced that only a visual artist could write the way Andersen did. In a warm, precise style, Heltoft emphasizes the connection between Andersen's writing and his visual art, and presents the book's wealth of illustrative material in an entirely original way within a framework of excerpts from Andersen's works, correspondence and diary entries. We cannot help being moved by the originality and charm of Andersen's visual art, but not until modernism's expansion of the concept of art have we come to understand the values in his naive drawings, surrealistic collages and subtly executed paper cuts. They are all based on a pronounced ability to observe and an uncompromising artistic instinct. By means of modern reproduction techniques, the drawings in this book have been restored to their original graphic beauty, and the festive coloring of the paper cuts has been re-created. New material has been added, and works that have been lost have now been reproduced from the author's archives and in this way serve to make the book additionally interesting. It represents the best starting-point for an appreciation of Andersen's gifts as a visual artist.
Author: Geertsen, Ib
Year Published: 1990
No. of pages: 163
Illustrations: 12 Color Illustrations. 234 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 9 1/2” x 12”
Andreassen was himself an Inuit from Greenland, who lived at the turn of the century. Although he produced some marvelous paintings in the naive style, he produced more black and white drawings, which are at once sinister and exciting for their portrayal of the mythology of the Inuit peoples and the extreme hardships of their daily lives.
Author: Kirkeby, Per
Year Published: 1996
No. of pages: 126
Illustrations: 38 Color Illustrations. 4 B&W Illustrations.
Size: 8”X 6”
A biography by Marit Lange on the Norwegian landscape painter Peder Balke (1804-1887). Also cointaining an essay by Per Kirkeby. The book is beautifully illustrated with pictures in color of a selection of Peder Balke`s paintings.