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  2. Bertel Thorvaldsen: 12 works — Google Arts & Culture

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    Bertel Thorvaldsen with the Statue of Hope (1839) by Bertel Thorvaldsen Thorvaldsens Museum 'We see him engaged on completing The Goddess of Hope, on which he is leaning. But just at this...

  3. Albert Bertel Thorvaldsen | Central Park Conservancy

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    In a small area of parkland surrounded by the entrance and exit to the 96th Street transverse road is the monument to Danish artist Albert Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770–1844). Wearing a robe, Thorvaldsen holds the tools of his trade and leans on a replica of his own sculpture, Hope. The monument was commissioned by Danish-Americans and dedicated ...

  4. Thorvaldsen and His Ganymede and the Eagle

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    Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844) was a man of the people, his mother a Jutland peasant and his father a Copenhagen woodcarver from Iceland. Icelandic genealogists later were to connect the sculptor—beyond his actual descent from decent citizens—with the 12th-century heroic chieftains, one of whom reputedly visited New England.

  5. The three Graces - Bertel ThorvaldsenGoogle Arts & Culture

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    The Graces are a subject revived in the production of Thorvaldsen over a lifetime, starting from 1804. The sculptor returned to the theme in 1817, in 1819, in 1821 and, late in life, with the cast of the Academy, in 1842. Addressing more times the subject, he made changes with respect to his own earlier compositions, as well as to the models ...

  6. Jason with the Golden Fleece (Thorvaldsen) - Wikipedia

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    At the time Thorvaldsen created the statue, Denmark was evolving from absolute monarchy into a period of liberalism revolving around the individual citizen's view of the world. Similarly, the sculptor brings his monumental works down to an individual level. His first model of the statue (in clay) was completed in 1803.

  7. Bertel Thorvaldsen - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi

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    Bertel Thorvaldsen (født 19. november 1770 i København, død 24. marts 1844 i København) var en dansk billedhugger. Han var søn af den islandske billedskærer Gottskálk Þorvaldsson og hans hustru Karen, født Dagnes. Han begyndte på Det Kongelige Danske Kunstakademis 1. frihåndsskole allerede som 11-årig. I 1787 modtog han Den lille ...

  8. Thorvaldsen Museum - Wikipedia

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    The Thorvaldsen Museumis a single-artist museum in Copenhagen, Denmark, dedicated to the artof Danish Neoclassicalsculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen(1770–1844), who lived and worked in Romefor most of his life (1796–1838). The museum is located on the small island of Slotsholmenin central Copenhagen next to Christiansborg Palace.

  9. Ganymede and the Eagle, Bertel Thorvaldsen | Mia

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    In Greek mythology, Ganymede was cupbearer to the gods, serving them with nectar and ambrosia. As a young prince of Troy, he was abducted by Zeus, ruler of the gods, and carried off to Mount Olympus, the gods’ home, where he became immortal. An admirer of Greek and Roman art, Bertel Thorvaldsen was one of the foremost neoclassical sculptors of the 1800s. At the age of only eleven, he was ...

  10. Thorvaldsen’s “Christus” was once considered “the most ...

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    Having lived for most of his life in Italy (Thorvaldsen was born in 1770 and moved to Rome in 1797, only to return to Copenhagen in 1838), he was considered as the successor of the Italian...

  11. Bertel Thorvaldsen Paintings & Artwork for Sale | Bertel ...

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    Bertel Thorvaldsen (Danish, 1770-1844): A rare and important signed Carrara marble bas-relief plaqu... 391 : MANUFACTURE ROYAL COPENHAGUE STATUETTE DE LORD BYRON D'APRÈS BERTEL THORVALDSEN (1770-1844). en porcelaine blanche, représenté...