Amalfi Dai Cappuccini
Item #: 12493608A
78" x 53"
Ships in 10-12 Days
This finely crafted wall tapestry is made in the USA by skilled artisans, using Jacquard looms and pure cotton yarn. An iron rod and finial are included, in addition to brackets and hardware for easy hanging.
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The brilliance of the sun-haloed Italian coastline is deflected by a cool canopy of lush vines in Carl Frederik Aagaard’s classic “Amalfi Dia Cappuccini.” Known for the realism of his oil paintings, Aagaard (1833 -1895) significantly contributed to the artistic renaissance of Copenhagen’s Golden Age. Attending the Danish Royal Academy to study drawing, Aagaard was instructed by many of Denmark’s most prominent artists. He was most profoundly influenced by landscape oil painter Peter Kristian Skoovgaard. Aagaard’s own landscape exhibitions were highly acclaimed, displaying a realism honed by many trips to Switzerland, Germany and Italy.
Carl Frederik Aagaard (1833 – 1895) was a Danish artist whose realistic oil landscapes elevated him to prominence during Copenhagen’s Golden Age. His exhibitions were widely acclaimed, their realistic style enriched by his extensive travel to Italy, Switzerland and Germany. Aagaard’s work was so greatly admired, he was commissioned to paint the chapel of King Christian IV. Initially a student of drawing at the Danish Royal Academy, Aagaard was instructed by many of Denmark’s famous artists, and most profoundly influenced by landscape oil painter Peter Christian Skoovgaard.
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