Monthly Archives: June 2015

Peder Balke. Part 1 – His early life and struggles to become a painter

I suppose if you are a landscape or seascape artist it is ideal to be living amongst glorious scenery or rugged coastlines which inspire you to paint and is much better than having to move to an artist colony in … Continue reading

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Sir George Clausen. Part 2 – More rural works and the War artist

In this concluding part looking at the life and works of George Clausen, later Sir George Clausen, I will focus on his love of depicting workers labouring in the fields in a genre of art which was often referred to … Continue reading

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