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Danish Golden Age Painting

Grounded in innovative new research, Danish Golden Age Painting provides a pioneering reassessment of the vital role played by the visual arts within the wider context of Danish social, political, intellectual, scientific and cultural achievements in the first half of the nineteenth century, set against European artistic developments. This remarkable period of Danish history sparked an unparalleled cultural renaissance, exemplified by such talents as Hans Christian Andersen and Søren Kierkegaard.

Golden Age painters produced defining images of a peaceful and ordered society as the emerging Copenhagen bourgeoisie asserted a taste for portraits, urban scenes and landscapes that embraced their lifestyles. Artists including Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg and Christen Købke turned their attention to the people, traditions and customs of their own land, addressing current issues as the nation advanced from absolutism to democracy, and encapsulating the quintessence of this celebrated period of cultural richness and innovation.

ISBN: 9780300249996, sider: 224, David Jackson, Yale University Press, 2021, HARDBACK, H:28 cm W:22.5 cm , 1360 g


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