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June 28, 1577 – May 30, 1640. Flemish Baroque painter.

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Here are all the paintings of Christen Kobke 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
97459 A View of the Square in the Kastel Looking Towards the Ramparts Christen Kobke A View of the Square in the Kastel Looking Towards the Ramparts circa 1830 Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 30 X 23 cm cyf
84238 Autumn Morning on Lake Sortedam Christen Kobke Autumn Morning on Lake Sortedam Date 1838(1838) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 33 x 45 cm (13 x 17.7 in) cjr
2213 Frederick Sodring Christen Kobke Frederick Sodring 1832 Den Hirschsprungske Samling, Copenhagen
2212 Frederiksborg Castle seen from the Northwest Christen Kobke Frederiksborg Castle seen from the Northwest 1836 Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen
83751 Frederiksborg Castle Seen from the Northwest Christen Kobke Frederiksborg Castle Seen from the Northwest Date 1836(1836) Medium Oil on canvas cjr
82042 Gateway in the Via Sepulcralis in Pompeii. Christen Kobke Gateway in the Via Sepulcralis in Pompeii. Date 1846(1846) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 38.1 x 52.07 cm (15 x 20.5 in) cjr
96872 Portrait of Wilhelm Bendz Christen Kobke Portrait of Wilhelm Bendz circa 1830(1830) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 22 X 19 cm cyf
88642 Schlob Frederiksborg im Abendlicht Christen Kobke Schlob Frederiksborg im Abendlicht 1835(1835) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions Deutsch: 69 x 101 cm cjr
22832 Seacoast near Dosseringen (mk22) Christen Kobke Seacoast near Dosseringen (mk22) 1838 Oil on canvas,53 x 71.5 cm Copenhagen,Statens Museum for Kunst
95958 Sister of the Artist Christen Kobke Sister of the Artist 1832(1832) Medium oil on canvas cyf
85458 The Bay of Naples with Vesuvius in the Background Christen Kobke The Bay of Naples with Vesuvius in the Background Date 1839-1840 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 24.9 x 35 cm (9.8 x 13.8 in) cjr
82169 The Forum, Pompeii, with Vesuvius in the Distance Christen Kobke The Forum, Pompeii, with Vesuvius in the Distance Date 1841(1841) Medium Oil on canvas cjr
84236 The North Gate of the Citadel Christen Kobke The North Gate of the Citadel Date 1834(1834) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 79 x 93 cm (31.1 x 36.6 in) cjr
21432 The Shore at Dosseringen (mk09) Christen Kobke The Shore at Dosseringen (mk09) 1838 Oil on canvas,53 x 71.5 cm Copenhagen,Statens Museum for Kunst
2214 The View of the Plaster Cast Collection at Charlottenborg Palace Christen Kobke The View of the Plaster Cast Collection at Charlottenborg Palace 1830 Den Hirschsprungske Samling, Copenhagen
2211 View of Lake Sortedam Christen Kobke View of Lake Sortedam 1838 Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen
83750 View of Lake Sortedam Christen Kobke View of Lake Sortedam Date 1838(1838) Medium Oil on canvas cjr
2210 View of Osterbro from Dosseringen Christen Kobke View of Osterbro from Dosseringen 1838 Oskar Reinhart Foundation, Winterthur
85456 View of osterbro from Dosseringen Christen Kobke View of osterbro from Dosseringen Date 1838(1838) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 39.5 x 50.5 cm (15.6 x 19.9 in) cjr

Christen Kobke
1810-1848 Danish Christen Kobke Galleries He lived in Kastellet until 1833 and made many paintings of the area. His painting "Gården ved bageriet i Kastellet" (ca. 1832) hangs in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek museum in Copenhagen. In 1832 he shared a studio with friend, landscape painter Frederik Hansen Sødring. He painted a portrait of Sødring which now hangs in the Hirschsprung Collection. In 1834 he moved, along with his parents, outside of Copenhagen??s fortifications near Sortedamssøen, a lake area. He painted many views overlooking the lake towards the city and the embankments surrounding the city. His work becomes larger, more monumental. Like many of his contemporary artists he came under the influence of Niels Lauritz Høyen, art historian, who promoted a nationalistic art. Høyen called for artists to search for subject matter in the folk life of their country instead of searching for themes in other lands, such as Italy (which was at that time considered a requirement for an artist??s training). On a visit to Hillerod in 1835 he painted a romantic picture of Frederiksborg Palace, "Frederiksborg Slot ved Aftenbelysning" ("Frederiksborg Palace in the Evening Light"). At the end of 1837 he married Susanna Cecilie Kobke (1810-1849), and shortly afterwards painted a portrait of his young bride. One of the Small Towers on Frederiksborg Castle, c.1834-35.In 1838 he received a travel stipend from the Academy, left his new wife and traveled over Dresden and Munich to Italy accompanied by decorative painter Georg Hilker. They arrived in Rome by year??s end where he met brother-in-law Frederik Christopher Krohn, sculptor and medallionist, and many other Danish artists. He traveled, along with Constantin Hansen the following summer to Naples, Sorrento, Pompeii and Capri where he painted out in the open air. He returned home in 1840 with a large collection of sketches for later use and inspiration. Unfortunately, most his later work with these Italian themes was uninspired, and they found little favor. Kobke even considered at the time becoming a decoration painter, having participated in 1844-1845 in the decoration of the Thorvaldsens Museum, a museum dedicated to the artistic works of Bertel Thorvaldsen. Two years after his father died in 1843 the family sold the property outside Copenhagen, and Kobke moved back into the city. His application for admission to the Academy, which was accompanied by one of his failed Italian landscapes, was rejected in 1846. He died in 1848 of pneumonia, and is buried in Assistens Kirkegard. Kobke, a national romantic, painted portraits, landscapes and architectural paintings. Most of Kobke??s portraits show friends, family members and fellow artists. He found most of his motifs in his immediate surroundings. Now he is recognized internationally for his well composed and harmonic paintings, for their coloristic qualities and for his sense of the everyday life. But in his lifetime he was almost forgotten, especially because of his early death and limited production. Despite his talent and the praise of various contemporaries, Kobke had never been inundated with commissions. Kobke is recognized today as one of the most talented among Denmark??s Golden Age painters and the most internationally renowned Danish painter of his generation. The painterly interpretations he made of his surroundings stand as highpoints of the period. His works are in the collections of not only Danish museums but also such international museums as the J. Paul Getty Museum
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