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Theodor Philipsen

Denmark (Copenhagen 1840 -  1920 )
PHILIPSEN Theodor Abduction Of Europa

Stahl /Jun 20, 2015
2,700.00 - 3,240.00
Not disclosed

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Theodor Philipsen - A Horse In Front Of A Butcher's Carriage

Theodor Philipsen - A Horse In Front Of A Butcher's Carriage

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“Hest foran en slagtervogn\\\”. A horse in front of a butcher's carriage. Signed Th. Philipsen. Pencil and drawing ink on paper laid on paper. Inscribed on underlying paper Les Abbattoirs Paris 1875. Sheet size 24×32.5 cm. Finn Terman Frederiksen, A Catalogue Raisonné of the Work of Theodor Philipsen (2016) no. 1194.
Theodor Philipsen - View From The Copenhagen Rampart

Theodor Philipsen - View From The Copenhagen Rampart

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Lot number: 88
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Theodor Philipsen
, b. Copenhagen 1840, d. s.p. 1920
"Fra K�benhavns Vold". View from the Copenhagen rampart. Unsigned. Oil on canvas. 52 x 78 cm.
Vibeke Skov: A Catalogue Raisonn� of the works of Theodor Philipsen no. 85.
Provenance: Bruun Rasmussen auction 358 no. 211.
The canvas is relined. Crackles. In need of a light surface cleaning.
Theodor Philipsen - Hestekøretöj Ved En Bro - London

Theodor Philipsen - Hestekøretöj Ved En Bro - London

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Lot number: 8526
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Theodor Philipsen
, b. Copenhagen 1840, d. s.p. 1920

"Hestekøretöj ved en Bro - London". View from London. Signed with monogram. Ink and pencil on paper. Sheet size 12 x 21 cm.

Provenance: Comes from the estate of Miss Helene Philipsen-Prahm..

The paper has turned slightly brown.
Theodor Philipsen - Abduction Of Europa

Theodor Philipsen - Abduction Of Europa

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Lot number: 505
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Theodor Esbern Philipsen, Kopenhagen 1840 - Kopenhagen 1920
A bronze sculpture 'Zeus as bull' with friez 'Abduction of Europa'
End of 19th cent. Bronze with brown patina, h. 45 cm, without sign. - The bronze Roman bull marks the major work in Philipsens sculptural oeuvre. A cast of this bull is located in the Copenhagen Museum of Art. - The most important Impressionist and Danish sculptor, student of NJ Simonsen and C. Boegh, study tours inter alia to Paris and Italy, friendship with Gauguin, member of the Academy of Arts. - Lit: Thieme-Becker. - Mus.: Kopenhagen (Museum für Kunst, Kunstindustrie Museum u.a.).
Theodor Philipsen - Mercury And Argus

Theodor Philipsen - Mercury And Argus

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Lot number: 73
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Theodor Philipsen
, b. Copenhagen 1840, d. s.p. 1920

"Merkur dysser Argus i søvn". Mercury and Argus. Dish of glazed earthenware decorated in colours. Signed with monogram and dated 91. Diam. 40 cm.

The motif on the dish depicts the myth of Mercury as Argeiphontes (slayer of Argos). As punishment for having an affair with Jupiter, Juno transforms one of her priestesses into a cow and gets the monster Argus to guard her. Jupiter sends Mercury to slay the monster and save the priestess. Mercury plays on his flute for Argus for as long as it takes the monster to fall asleep, and Mercury kills the monster with his sword.

The National Gallery of Denmark owns a dish by Theodor Philipsen with the same motif and from the same year.
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