Abraham and Isaac (1903)

Thomsen, Carl Christian Frederik Jacob (1847 - 1912)

Abraham and Isaac

Canvas Giclee

14"x8" $160.00
25"x14" $410.00
29"x16" $530.00
36"x20" $785.00
43"x24" $1,100.00

Paper Giclee

10"x8" $30.00
19"x13" $65.00
22"x17" $99.00

Original: Salt Lake City
Oil on Canvas: 25" x 15"
Catalog# THOC-002

Thomsen, Carl Christian Frederik Jacob (1847-1912)

Carl Christian Frederik Jacob Thomsen, 1847-1912, Painter and illustrator.. Born 4/6/1847 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Died 10/4/1912. Parents: Ludvig Frederik T. and Elise Johanne Christiane Schlegel. Married 10/13/1876 to Petra Elise Sophie Charlotte Diechmann, Born 10/4/1848 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Died 3/20/1926, Daughter of a teacher, later parish preacher in Stubbekøbing Hans Anthon Severin Lobedanz D. and Elise Cathrine Bjerring.

Education:

Student 1865; cand. phil. 1866; dimitt. af Fr. Vermehren; Copenhagen Art Academy. (studied under Wilhelm Marstrand and Ms. Vermehren) oct. 1866, graduated. June 1871.

Travels and foreign stays:

Italy 1875, 1876-77; Paris 1878, 1881, 1889; Germany 1880 (studied with Kristian Zahrtmann); Vienna 1882 (studied with Otto Haslund).

Awards & Acknowledgments:

Hielmstierne-Rosencrone 1876, 1881; Neuhausens Prize. 1879; Years medal 1887; exhibition medal. 1888; honorable Mention, Paris 1889; gold medal, Munich 1892; Antwerpen 1894; silver medal., Paris 1900; Ancker award 1903.

Positions and Appointments:

Member of the Royal Academy Council 1890-1912; member of censor commission for Charlottenborg Palace 1899-1912; titular professor, 1901; member of the Royal Art Academy council 1905-08; Member of the purchasing commission, 1907.

Exhibitions:

Charllottenborg Palace spring exhibition, 1869-1901, 1903-10, 1912- 13; Nordic Art Exhibit 1872, 1883, 1888; December exhibit at Charlottenborg Palace 1881; Erste international art exhibit, Vienna 1882; KBH Art Association 18. Nov., 1882, 1942; world exhibition in Paris 1889, 1900; International art exhibit in Berlin 1891; Kleis' harvest exhibit. 1892; Münich 1892; Antwerp 1894; Nordic art exhibition, Lübeck 1895; Konstoch Industry exhibit, Sth?. 1897; Townhall exhibit, Kbh. 1901; Jewish exhibit 1908; association for national art 1926, 1950-51, 1956, 1960; Forum 1929 (book art); what the forum left out exhibit at Charlottenborg palace 1931. Separate exhibits: art association, Kbh. 1887, 1892; assoc. for national art 1909. Auction: Charlottenborg 27.10.1913 (his estate sale).