A Stream in Afternoon Light (1901)

Zacho, Christian Peter Mørch (1843 - 1913)

A Stream in Afternoon Light

Original: Salt Lake City
Catalog# ZACC-001

Artist: Christian Peter Morch Zacho

  • Born March 31st 1843 in Pederstrup, DK, son of Rasmus Zacho and Anne Marie Morch Monsted.
  • Married Katrine (Ketty) Mathilde Marstrand June 15th 1884 in Frederiksberg, DK.
  • Died March 19th 1913.

Education:

  • 1858-62 - Studied at the Technical School of Art in Arhus under E. Hoegh, Guldberg, and G.F. Hetsch.
  • 1862-67 - Attended The Royal Academy of Art in Copenhagen under Janus La Cour and P.C. Skovgaard, whose home he actually lived in for 4 years.
  • 1871-72 - Studied under Vilhem Kyhn at the Hule Academy.
  • 1874-76 - Studied at the Camille Bernier & Leon Bonnat Academie in Paris.

Travels:

  • 1872-73 - Italy, Vienna, and the World Exhibition in Paris
  • 1874-76 - Paris
  • 1878 - France and The Pyrenees Islands
  • 1879, 80, 81, 91 - Cernay-la-ville and Concarneau, France
  • 1883, 1910, 13 - Menton, France
  • 1884 - Cap Caraibes, St. Martin
  • 1890 - Switzerland and southern France
  • 1902, 11 - Sweden
  • 1904 - Norway

Awards & Acknowledgments:

  • 1871 - Sodrings Prize
  • 1878-79 - Royal Academy Medals
  • 1884 - Exhibition Medal In Copenhagen
  • 1889 - Honorable Mention Medal in Paris
  • 1890 - Medal in Berlin
  • 1895 - Medal in Chicago
  • 1891 - Michael Ancher Medal

Positions & Appointments:

  • 1897 - Titular Professor at The Royal Academy of Art
  • 1897 - Member of The Royal Academy of Art Council
  • 1900 - Director of the K.E. Exhibition
  • 1902-05 - Member of the Charlottenborg Palace Exhibit Comittee

Exhibits:

  • 1865-78, 81-91, 93-1913 - Spring Exhibitions at Charlottenborg Palace
  • 1878, 89, 1900 - World Exhibition in Paris
  • 1881, 83, 85 - December Exhibit in Copenhagen
  • 1882, 1942 - Artist Association Exhibit
  • 1882 - International Art Exhibit in Vienna
  • 1883, 88 - Nordic Art Exhibit in Copenhagen
  • 1884, 90-91 - Berlin Exhibit
  • 1892 - Kleis Exhibit in Copenhagen
  • 1892, 1907 - Royal Art Academy in London
  • 1893, 95 - The Glasgow School of Art Exhibit in Chicago
  • 1895 - Lubeck Exhibition
  • 1901 - Town Hall Exhibit in Copenhagen
  • 1904, 07-09, 12 - K.E. Exhibit
  • 1909 - Glaspalast Exhibit in Munich
  • 1931 - Charlottenborg Palace Exhibit “what the forum left out…”
  • 1950 - National Association of Art, “Jubilee Exhibit”
  • 1978 - Sophienholm Castle Exhibit
  • 1981 - “100 years ago” Exhibit at the National Museum of Art and History in Copenhagen