Danish artist Christian Berthelsen is predominantly known for his landscapes in oil, which often capture views from the rural environs of Svendborg. He began his artistic career as a porcelain painter before pursuing his true vocation.
Primarily self-taught, he honed his skills by studying the masters at the National Gallery. His works are held in at least two public collections.
Charlottenborg Spring 1880-81, 1883-84, 1886-89, 1891-95, 1902, 1904.
Vestfyns Kunstmuseum, Middelfart Museum Odense.
Personer Ved Et Aløb i Hunderup Skov, Odense
Coastal Landscape With Cattle (c.1870)
Village Landscape With Thatched Cottage & Storks (c.1900)
Born in Føhr to Niels Søren Berthelsen and Kirstine Margrethe Simonsen.
Studied in Svendborg, Denmark.
Married Detlevine Voss.
Debuted at the Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition with
Married Birgitte Caroline Petræa Olsen.
Died in Copenhagen, Denmark.