August 10, 2018 – January 5, 2019
About the Exhibition
Danish artist Carl Bloch is best known for his masterful paintings of religious and historical subjects. After establishing himself as the most notable Danish painter of his time, Bloch turned his attention to printmaking—a new artistic frontier through which he could consummately pursue his artistic mastery of light, forms, and narrative. In the final ten years of his career, Bloch produced 74 etchings and set a new standard for printmaking in his native country. He created empathic portraits, timeless views of his beloved Danish landscape, as well as significant images of his faith; quiet moments that reflect the inner and outer world of this notable artist.
This exhibition will feature 60 etchings and rare portrait sketches by Carl Bloch.
Christ With a Crown of Thorns
Portrait of the Artist's Mother
The Girl at the Bulwark
Views of the Ocean
The Two Houses and Fruit Trees
The Doubting Thomas
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