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Kolås Wood. Vejrhøj  1846

by Johan Thomas Lundbye

”I do not find lonely places in nature sad, but am drawn to the grandeur and calm of such sites”, said J.Th. Lundbye in his diary in 1844. [br] Lundbye was a votary of isolation as something conducive to the study’s union of the love of nature and the artistic spirit. In this case the signature tells us that the study was created on Vejrhøj, a landmark within the arti...
Courtesy of the National Gallery of Denmark