Aproaching Storm (1898)

Blache, Christian Vigilius (1838 - 1920)

Aproaching Storm

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Original: Salt Lake City
Oil on Canvas: 28" x 47"
Catalog# BLAC-002

Exhibited at Charlottenborg Palace 1898 #38

Artist: Blache, Christian Vigilius (1838-1920)

  • Born February 1st 1838 in Århus, DK, son of Hans Henrik Blache and Elise Marie Kold.
  • Married Marie Christine Malling November 9th 1870 in Vistoft, DK.
  • Died March 14th 1920 in Copenhagen, DK.

Education:

  • 1857 - Ship Building School
  • 1861 - The Royal Academy of Art in Copenhagen
  • 1863 - Model School
  • 1867 - Apprenticeship with C.F. Sorensen

Travels & Stays:

  • 1872 - Holland, Belgium, Paris, Italy, Vienna, Dresden and Berlin
  • 1878 - Paris
  • 1887 - Faroe islands

Awards & Acknowledgments:

  • 1865, 69 - Neuhausen’s Prize
  • 1866, 67, 72 - Royal Academy Medals
  • 1887, 88 - Year’s Medals “Eckersberg Medal”
  • 1889 - Paris…”Honorable Mention” Medal

Positions & Appointments:

  • 1888 - Member of The Royal Academy of Art
  • 1890 - Council Member at The Royal Academy of Art
  • 1898 - Titular Professor at The Royal Academy of Art
  • 1892-1914 - Director of The Royal Academy of Art
  • 1881-1914 - Member of the Exhibition Committee at Charlottenborg Palace
  • 1907-1914 - Head of the Exhibition Committee at Charlottenborg Palace

Exhibitions:

  • 1863-72, 74-1906, 1908-20 - Spring Exhibitions at Charlottenborg Palace
  • 1882 - Artist Association Exhibition
  • 1872, 83, 88 - Nordic Art Exhibitions in Copenhagen
  • 1878, 89 - World Exhibitions in Paris
  • 1893 - World Exhibit in Chicago
  • 1882 - International Art Exhibit in Vienna
  • 1895 - Nordic Art Exhibit in Lübeck
  • 1901 - Town Hall Art Exhibit in Copenhagen
  • 1980 - “Storm & Stillness” Exhibit at The Orlogs Museum/Valdemars Castle
  • 1914 - Baltic Art Exhibit in Malmo
  • 1907, 17, 26, 42 - National Artist Jubilee Exhibits (…in memory of)