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Michael Ancher Promenade on Skagen Beach (nn02) oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   23165
Promenade on Skagen Beach (nn02)
1896 Oil on canvas,27 3/16 x 63 3/8''.Skagens Museum/The Skaw Museum,Denmark


 

Michael Ancher fiskerne soren thy og thomas svendsen oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   64420
fiskerne soren thy og thomas svendsen
1911 se


 

Michael Ancher en rekonvalescent oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   64421
en rekonvalescent
se


 

Michael Ancher helga i rod kjole oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   64422
helga i rod kjole
1894 se


 

Michael Ancher det brondumske familiebillede oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   64423
det brondumske familiebillede
juledag 1900, 1903


 

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     Michael Ancher
Danish Painter, 1849-1927 He studied at the Kongelige Akademi for de Sk?nne Kunster, Copenhagen (1871-5), where his teachers Wilhelm Marstrand and Frederik Vermehren encouraged his interest in genre painting. He first visited Skagen in 1874 and settled there in 1880, having found that subject-matter drawn from local scenery was conducive to his artistic temperament. In Will he Manage to Weather the Point? (1880; Copenhagen, Kon. Saml.) several fishermen stand on the shore, evidently watching a boat come in. The firmly handled composition focuses on the group of men (the boat itself is invisible); each figure is an individual portrait that captures a response to the moment. Ancher's skill at grouping large numbers of figures with heroic monumentality compensates for his lacklustre colour sense. A change in his use of colour is noticeable in the works produced after an influential visit to Vienna in 1882; he was deeply impressed by the Dutch Old Masters at the Kunsthistorisches Museum, especially the Vermeers. Their effect on his painting can be seen in the Sick Girl (1883),