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Evening Estuary, 1925

McNaught Fine Art

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Evening Estuary, 1925
Evening Estuary, 1925
Evening Estuary, 1925
Evening Estuary, 1925
Evening Estuary, 1925
Evening Estuary, 1925
Evening Estuary, 1925

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; age-toning, edge-rubbing
Country of Origin:
Denmark
Style:
Impressionism
Materials:
oil on stretched canvas/wood stretcher
Size:
41" L x 1" W x 31" H
Color/Finish:
blue/green

Why We Love This

A substantial early-twentieth-century oil showing wooden fishing boats beneath a violet-tinted evening sky. Signed lower right "H.H." for Hans Henrik Henningsen (Danish, 1886-1952), a listed artist, and painted circa 1925. Winner of the 1909 Rosencrone Prize, Henningsen studied at the Copenhagen Art Academy (1904-1909) and later in Paris (1910-1919). The recipient of numerous medals, prizes and juried awards, he is listed in Benezit and in all relevant art reference works. Unframed.
As described by McNaught Fine Art

About McNaught Fine Art

A 1986 graduate of Christie's Fine Arts of London, I headed the fine art department of a West Coast auction house before opening my own gallery. Each painting I represent is selected with care. I believe fine art to be an integral part of life, illuminating both our vision and our values for our children. As time passes, our paintings become heirlooms, enriched with our shared memories. Many things come and go. Art abides. - Anthony McNaught

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