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Michael Peter Ancher

Michael Peter Ancher

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58 Discovered works of art  •  ID: #16360
The Danish artist Michael-Peter Ancher (1849 - 1927) is known for his works of art in the style of impressionism with a specific motif. He began his journey by moving to Copenhagen, when he visited a drawing school of the landscape painter Vilhelm Kyhn, who led this in his private apartment. There he met his wife Anna, who also attended drawing school. In 1877 the two became engaged and moved together to Skagen, Anna's birthplace.

For his fame was especially the painting "Will he make the decoration?" responsible. Ancher portrays Fischer on the southern shore of Skagen. It was presented in a spring exhibition in Charlottenburg, where three buyers expressed their interest: the Copenhagen Art Association, the National Museum of Art and King Christian IX. Finally, the king included the painting in his collection, inspired by his art-loving wife. The painting found its place in the private dining room in Amalienborg in Copenhagen. Through the sale of the painting Ancher received a scholarship with which he was able to marry Anna on 18.08.1880. He then undertook his first trip abroad via Germany to Vienna with his wife. There he was represented in the First International Art Exhibition with a painting. In addition, the newly married couple made connections to other artists such as Peder Severin Krøyer, who also settled in Skagen. During this time, they also founded together with friends and relatives of his wife the Skagensmalerei, which focused on barren heathland, dunes and stormy beach scenes and were inspired impressionist and naturalistic. The founding members include Peder Severin Krøyer, Christian Krohg, Viggo Johansen, Karl Madsen, Laurits Tuxen and Karl Locher.

Ancher's paintings are marked by persons who either point out or indicate an alarm, giving the viewer a sense of interpretation, and consider what might attract the attention of the depicted person. His last painting is "Drowning", which was created in 1896. It is a tribute to the 1894 drowned hero Lars Kruse dar. There are three versions: The original is still in the royal collection and a version can be found in Skagen Museum, the 1908, in Anchers lifetime, in Brøndum's dining room Founded. © Meisterdrucke


Ein krankes junges Mädchen. Tine...
1883 | painting

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Ein krankes junges Mädchen. Tine...
1883 | painting

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Porträt meiner Frau. Die Malerin...
1884 | painting

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Porträt meiner Frau. Die Malerin...
1884 | painting

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Der Maler Carl Locher mit Tiger
1909 | painting

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Der Maler Carl Locher mit Tiger
1909 | painting

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M.P.Ancher, Am Strand bei Skagen
Undated | painting

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M.P.Ancher, Am Strand bei Skagen
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Mädchen mit Sonnenblumen
1889 | painting

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Mädchen mit Sonnenblumen
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Aalestangeren
Undated | Oil on cardboard

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Aalestangeren
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