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Wilhelm Marstrand

Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Child learning to walk, n.d.
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Dance in an Osteria, c. 1860
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Dancing Italian, c. 1839
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Dancing Roman Woman. Study for Romans Gathered for Merriment at an Osteria, before 1838
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
The Holy Family on the run. Sketch, n.d.
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Double portrait of the merchant Christopher Friedenreich Hage (1759-1849) and his wife Arnette, born Just (1778-1866) "May I borrow the two brown horses?", 1849-1852
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Don Quixote, n.d.
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Don Quixote’s first ride home, n.d. (after 1847)
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Don Quixote and Sancho Panza at a crossroad, n.d. (after 1847)
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Scene from an auction, 1835
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Moving Day Scene, 1831
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Prison Scene in Rome, 1837
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Standing Italian Woman. Study for A Goatherd Selling Milk, c. 1840
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
A young girl and two fishermen, c. 1853
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Father’s love, c. 1839
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
From a Roman Osteria. Pipe-Smoking Hunters and Italian Women
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Miss Annette Hage (1814-1857) shows her nephew Hother Hage (1849-1904) a book on plants, 1856
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Italian. Study for The St. Anthony Feast Day in Rome, c. 1838
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Italian girl with a blue tambourine, n.d.
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Italian woman waving from a window, n.d.
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Kiss of Judas, n.d.
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Cardinal blessing beggars at the church doors, n.d.
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Landscape with ruins, c. 1838
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Neapolitan boy and dog. Study for The Neapolitan way of life, c. 1839
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Philemon and his prosecutors. Scene from Det lykkelige skibbrud by Holberg, Act 5, Scene 9 (sketch for painting with the same subject, 1859), c. 1859
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Portrait of Christopher Friedenreich Hage. Pre-study for Double portrait of the merchant Christopher Friedenreich Hage (1759-1849) and his wife Arnette, born Just (1778-1866) “May I borrow the two brown horses?”, 1849
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Portrait of Mrs. Vilhelmine Heise, born Hage (1838-1912), 1856
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Portrait of Mrs. Ville Heise (1838-1912), n.d.
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Portrait of Miss Vilhelmine (Ville) Hage, later Mrs. Heise (1838-1912), 1853
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Roman woman with a child. Study for The St. Anthony Feast Day in Rome, c. 1838
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Romans Gathered for Merriment at an Osteria, 1839
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Rosinante (Study of an old standing horse), c. 1847
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Neapolitan way of life. Study, c. 1839
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Figure study for Dancing Roman Woman, before 1838
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Young campagnol, n.d.
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Venetian woman in the restroom, 1854
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Venetian women in a church (outline for a painting with the same title, 1854), ca. 1853
Marstrand Wilhelm
WILHELM MARSTRAND
Vielgeschrey's hardships, scene from L. Holberg’s "Den stundesløse," Act 1, Scene 6 (sketch), before 1850

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