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|Author: Laurits Tuxen|
|History Painting, Painting, Oil on canvas, 65.5x87.5 cm|
|Origin: Denmark, 1895|
|Personage: Emperor Nicholas II|
|Source of entry: Anichkov Palace, Petrograd, 1918|
|Exibition: Western European and American Art: 19th - 20th centuries|
Laurits Tuxen [Danish Painter, 1853-1927] Guide to pictures of works by Laurits Tuxen in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.
Laurits Tuxen grew up in Copenhagen. His father was a marine officer, and originally Tuxen wanted to become a marine painter. At the Royal Danish Academy of ...
Laurits Tuxens ønske var allerede fra barndommen at blive marinemaler, men lærerne på Kunstakademiet opmuntrede ham til at blive figurmaler. ...
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