Peder Severin Kroyer:
Painting "Summer Evening at Skagen Beach" (Moonlight on the sea surface), 1892 in studio frame

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Peder Severin Kroyer:
Painting "Summer Evening at Skagen Beach" (Moonlight on the sea surface), 1892 in studio frame

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Limited, 499 copies | Reproduction on canvas | Studio frame | Format 68 x 88 cm

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Peder Severin Kroyer: Painting "Summer Evening at Skagen Beach" (Moonlight on the sea surface), 1892 in studio frame

Original: oil on canvas, Skagen Museum of Denmark. High-quality art reproduction on canvas. Limited edition of 499 copies. In handmade studio framing. Format 68 x 88 cm.

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Peder Severin Kroyer (1851-1909) knows each child in Denmark and Norway. The Norwegian Danish painter from Skagen is the icon of Nordic impressionism.

At the age of 14 Kroyer came to the Royal Danish Academy of fine arts. As a young artist, he undertook extended trips to Spain, Italy and in particular France, where he studied the Impressionists in Paris from 1877 to 1881. In the summer of 1882, Kroyer came for the first time after Skagen, where he spent every summer from now on was the principal representative of the artist colony.

His pictures show a carefree life of artists, their festivals, walks on the beach and atmospheric evenings in the moonlight.

It is not only the technical mastery and the virtuoso handling of issues of the composition and the colour matching, the Kroyer make a great master. It is also his accurate observation and the fact that the exactly captured scenes of his paintings almost immediately affect the Viewer.

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