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Jørgen Sørensen

February 2 degrees cold

February 2 degrees cold

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About the original:

Date: 1887

Other titles: February, 2 Degrees below Zero (ENG)

Designation: Painting

Material and technique: Oil on canvas

Technique: Oil

Material: Canvas

Dimensions: 71.8 x 87.4 cm

Subject: Visual arts

Classification: 532 - Visual arts

Type of motif: Landscape

Acquisition: Purchased 1887

Inventory no.: NG.M.00329

Part of exhibition: Art 3. Works from the collection 1814-1950, 2007 - 2011

Art and non-art in the National Gallery. The clean-up April 1942, 1942

Winterland, 1993

Winterland, 1993 - 1994

Registration level: Single object

Owner and collection: The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Visual Art Collections

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Jorgen Sorensen

Jørgen Sørensen (1854-1895) was a Norwegian painter. He suffered a hip injury at the age of seven, which led to difficulty walking and no regular school attendance. But his older brother helped him get an artistic education, and he joined the circle of friends around Edvard Munch. Sørensen was particularly interested in landscape painting and preferred to paint simple autumn and gray weather atmospheres with a fine and careful tone and a reverence for nature. His breakthrough came with the Modums pictures, and he also painted light-filled summer landscapes after his first trip to Paris. Sørensen avoided grandiose subjects and preferred to paint winter landscapes, where he mastered the painterly problems of taking care of all the color values ​​that the Impressionists discovered in the snow. He was an industrious artist and left behind a large output, some of his best works being filled with a wealth of painterly detail. As a human being, he received a rare beautiful legacy.