Frederick Larsen-Saerslov, Interior Scene With Seated Family

Frederick Larsen-Saerslov, Interior Scene With Seated Family

An early 20th-century interior scene depicting a family sat around a table by Danish painter, Frederick Larsen-Saerslov (1870-1942). It’s a fascinating piece that provides a snapshot into a time gone by - when families sat together while enjoying their own activities.

The mother and daughter appear to be sewing, while the father and son read. It’s interesting to imagine what they were reading - perhaps both are studying some interesting literature.

Larsen-Saerslov was primarily a landscape artist but his paintings often include figures. He studied at the well-respected school of Peder Severin Krøyer and also undertook several study trips to Europe.

The painting is housed within a period frame and signed/dated.

Medium: Oil on canvas
Overall size: 22” x 19” / 56cm x 49cm
Year of creation: 1900
Provenance: Denmark
Condition: Very good. The white mark shown has since been removed. Frame with some light age-related wear.
Artist’s auction highlight: £2,638 achieved for ‘Ung pige, der plukker röde valmuer i en have’ at an auction in 2003.

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