Peder Severin Kroyer:
Picture "Two Women in the Garden (In the Arbour)" (1892), framed
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Picture "Two Women in the Garden (In the Arbour)" (1892), framed
Peder Severin Kroyer:
Picture "Two Women in the Garden (In the Arbour)" (1892), framed

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ars mundi Exclusive Edition | limited, 499 copies | numbered | certificate | reproduction, Giclée print on canvas | stretcher frame | museum frame | size 66 x 78 cm

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Picture "Two Women in the Garden (In the Arbour)" (1892), framed
Peder Severin Kroyer: Picture "Two Women in the Garden (I...

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Picture "Two Women in the Garden (In the Arbour)" (1892), framed

Although they avert their gaze from another and focus entirely on their handiwork, Krøyer still was able to convey a sense of calm and serene togetherness. This picture is almost capable of calming the noise and the hustle and bustle of an entire room.
Original: Oil on canvas, Museum of Art and Culture, Lübeck.

Fine Art Giclée directly onto artist's canvas and mounted on a stretcher frame. Framed in museum frame. Limited edition of 499 copies, numbered on the back and with certificate. Size 66 x 78 cm. Exclusively at ars mundi.

Portrait of the artist Peder Severin Kroyer

About Peder Severin Kroyer

1851-1909

In Denmark and Norway, everyone knows Peder Severin Krøyer. The Norwegian-Danish painter from Skagen is the icon of Nordic Impressionism.

Krøyer entered the Royal Danish Academy of Art at the age of 14. As a young artist, he travelled extensively to Spain, Italy and especially France from 1877 to 1881, where he studied the Impressionists in Paris. In the summer of 1882, Krøyer came to Skagen for the first time, where he spent every summer from then on and became the main representative of the artists' colony there.

His paintings show the carefree life of the artists, their parties, walks on the beach and atmospheric evenings in the moonlight.

It is not only his technical mastery and virtuoso handling of pictorial composition and colour coordination that make Krøyer a great master. It is also his precise powers of observation and the fact that the perfectly captured moods of his pictures have an almost immediate effect on the viewer.

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