Henrichsen, Carsten (1824-1897)

Henrichsen, Carsten (1824-1897)

Carsten Henrichsen trained at the Royal Academy in Copenhagen and often painted views along the Danish coastline. Part of Copenhagen is situated on an island known as Zealand, which was another popular spot for artists to draw and study.

Henrichsen received the Neuhausen Award in 1855 and his works are held in private collections worldwide.

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