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dblandhauer
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Posted - Apr 17 2020 :  06:44:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi
Please tell me antyhing about this painting.
Thank you



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Vietato
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Denmark
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Posted - Apr 18 2020 :  04:11:29  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The painting is signed
Copi 1892 (copy 1892)
M. Guldberg

(M. Guldberg is not a listed painter)

Professor ph… Jacob …
født 1776 død 1839 [born 1776 died 1839]
Copieret efter Chr. H… [Copied after Chr. H…]

That’s all I can make of it.
If ‘Chr(istian) H… ‘ is the correct name of the original painter, it doesn’t point to any of the famous portrait painters of the Danish ‘golden age’.

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arb
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Posted - Apr 18 2020 :  04:22:25  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Vietato, instead of Professor ph... Jacob could it be Assessor Pharm. Jacob Møller ?

If so, here is his identity: https://www.ronlev.dk/slaegtsboger/189-m/4479-apotheker-assessor-pharm-jacob-moller-og-hans-slaegt-af-h-j-moller-1889.html

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Vietato
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Posted - Apr 18 2020 :  05:01:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You are right, arb! I didn't consider the 'assessor' title.
The portrait is in the beginning of this book about Jacob Møller and his family:
https://docplayer.dk/158334579-Apotheker-assessor-pharm-jacob-moeiler-og-hans-slaegt.html

The artist is mentioned on page 23 as court painter Christian Horneman (1765-1844). The paintings of Jacob Møller and his wife are pastels from 1817. Horneman worked with miniatures and pastels, according to Weilbachs Kunstnerleksikon:
https://www.kulturarv.dk/kid/VisWeilbach.do?kunstnerId=547&wsektion=alle

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Vietato


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dblandhauer
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Posted - Apr 18 2020 :  05:11:34  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thank You very much!!!


"If ‘Chr(istian) H… ‘ is the correct name of the original painter, it doesn’t point to any of the famous portrait painters of the Danish ‘golden age’.

Mayby this is copy after Danish painter, Christian Hornemann (1765
- 1844) ????:
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Vietato
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Posted - Apr 18 2020 :  05:18:35  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yes, it is a copy of Christian Horneman's portrait of Jacob Møller.

You can see the portrait on page 5 of the book that I linked to.
https://tinyurl.com/yab7qksn

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dblandhauer
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Posted - Apr 18 2020 :  05:29:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thank You Vietato and Arb:)
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arb
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Posted - Apr 18 2020 :  05:34:01  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Ingenting å takke for :)
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Vietato
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Posted - Apr 18 2020 :  05:59:54  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by arb

Ingenting å takke for :)


That was Norwegian, arb :-)
Replacing 'å' with 'at' makes it Danish.

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