Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard

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ABILDGAARD Nicolai Abraham Kvinde Der Går I Forbøn For Sin Fængslede Fader

Bruun Rasmussen /Feb 11, 2013
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Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard - Potuanernes Andagt På Festdagen For Den Ubegribelige Gud

Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard - Potuanernes Andagt På Festdagen For Den Ubegribelige Gud

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N. A. Abildgaard , b. Copenhagen 1743, d. Frederiksdal 1809 "Potuanernes andagt på festdagen for den ubegribelige gud". The Paryers of the Potuans at the Feast of Niels Klim to the World Underground. Motif after Ludvig Holberg's novel Niels Klim, chapter VI. C. 1785-1787. Unsigned. Oil on canvas. 42.5 x 36 cm.
Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard - Niels Klim På Vandring I Potu

Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard - Niels Klim På Vandring I Potu

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N. A. Abildgaard , b. Copenhagen 1743, d. Frederiksdal 1809 853, Bredgade Starting 20 November in Bredgade Paintings 25 November at 4:05 PM Until 25 November at 3:55 PM "Niels Klim på vandring i Potu". Niels Klim walking in Potu. C. 1785-1789. Unsigned. Oil on canvas. 42 x 35 cm. Another version of Niels Klim by N. A. Abildgaard at Statens Museum for Kunst (The National Gallery of Denmark). Ludvig Holberg's "Niels Klims underjordiske Rejse", (Niels Klim's travelling into the Underworld) is a satirical novel. Abildgaard made several illustrations for this novel. The land Potu is a kind of Utopia. "Niels Klim på vandring i Potu". Niels Klim walking in Potu. C. 1785-1789. Unsigned. Oil on canvas. 42 x 35 cm. Another version of Niels Klim by N. A. Abildgaard at Statens Museum for Kunst (The National Gallery of Denmark).
Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard - Portrait Of N. A. Abildgaard's Son Marcus Aurelius Abildgaard

Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard - Portrait Of N. A. Abildgaard's Son Marcus Aurelius Abildgaard

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N. A. Abildgaard, b. Copenhagen 1743, d. Frederiksdal 1809 Portrait of N. A. Abildgaard's son Marcus Aurelius Abildgaard (1781-1786). Unsigned. Oil on canvas. Oval. 69 x 55 cm. Marcus Aurelius was the apple of his father's eye. Abildgaard mourned the loss of his only child. The mayfly to the left of the boy's head is symbolizing the boy's early death and indicates that it is a posthumous portrait. Marcus Aurelius was also portrayed by Jens Juel, see Ellen Poulsen, A Catalogue Raisonné of the Works of Jens Juel no. 365, reproduced, vol. II p. 233 and by the miniature painter Cornelius Høyer. Provenance: N. A. Abildgaard bequeathed the portrait to his good friend the Swedish neoclassical sculptor Johan Tobias Sergel. Countess Pieper, a relative of Sergel.
Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard - Kvinde Der Går I Forbøn For Sin Fængslede Fader

Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard - Kvinde Der Går I Forbøn For Sin Fængslede Fader

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N. A. Abildgaard, style, 19th century: "Kvinde der går i forbøn for sin fængslede fader". Unsigned. Oil on canvas. 27 x 46 cm. N. A. Abildgaard, style, 19th century "Kvinde der går i forbøn for sin fængslede fader". Unsigned. Oil on canvas. 27 x 46 cm. Provenance: ABR 4, 1949, lot. no. 4.
Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard - The Abduction Of Deianeira By The Centaur Nessus

Nicolai Abraham Abildgaard - The Abduction Of Deianeira By The Centaur Nessus

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N. A. Abildgaard, b. Copenhagen 1743, d. Frederiksdal 1809 The Abduction of Deianeira by the Centaur Nessus. Signed Abildgaard. Drawing ink on paper. Sheet size 26 x 21 cm. On the reverse an explanation regarding the motif in Danish: A wild centaur named Nessus attempted to kidnap Deianira as he was ferrying her across the river Euenos, but she was rescued by Heracles, who shot the centaur with a poisoned arrow.
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