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Original Hans Knundsen Landscape Painting 1932 33" x 25"

SKU: 14513
$300.00 $450.00
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Immaculate artistry along with incredible detail in this 1932 Hans Knudsen original

Hans Christian Martinus Kundsen (16 August 1865 – 6 January 1947) was a Danish artist who is remembered principally for his landscape paintings inspired by Albert Gottschalk and L.A. Ring including Landskab fra Værløse (1917). He received the Eckersberg Medal in 1917 and the Thorvaldsen Medal in 1944.

For many years Knudsen lived close to the forest edge of Ganløse Ore in Egedal, right on the border with Værløse in Furesø. He belonged to the group of painters called the Værløsemalerne with art frequently focused on the area of around Ganløse and Værløse. Knudsen was inspired by the picturesque perceptions and lyrical coloristic projections of Albert Gottschalk (1866–1906) and Laurits Andersen Ring (1854–1933).