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    • CLAUSEN, CHRISTIAN (1862 KOPENHAGEN - 1911 FREDERIKSBERG). INTERIEUR MIT LESENDER DAME AM FENSTER.
      Jun. 15, 2024

      CLAUSEN, CHRISTIAN (1862 KOPENHAGEN - 1911 FREDERIKSBERG). INTERIEUR MIT LESENDER DAME AM FENSTER.

      Est: -

      CLAUSEN, Christian (1862 Kopenhagen - 1911 Frederiksberg) Interieur mit lesender Dame am Fenster Öl/Leinwand. Rechts unten monogrammiert. 1906. 58,5 x 51 cm. Gerahmt : 65 x 58 cm (Berliner Leiste). Junge Frau mit Buch auf einem Stuhl am Fenster in bürgerlichem Interieur . Dänischer Maler, zuerst Maurergeselle in Hinblick auf ein Architekturstudium, dann an der Technischen Schule und an der Akademie Kopenhagen, danach Hinwendung zur Malerei, autodidaktisch gebildet. Literatur : Weilbach. Provenienz : Sammlungsnachlass aus Hannover. Aufrufzeit 15. | Juni 2024 | voraussichtlich 15:05 Uhr (CET) CLAUSEN, Christian (1862 Copenhagen - 1911 Frederiksberg) Interior with a lady reading at a window Oil/canvas. Monogrammed lower right. 1906. 58.5 x 51 cm. Framed : 65 x 58 cm (Berlin strip). Young woman with a book on a chair by a window in a bourgeois interior . Danish painter, first a journeyman bricklayer with a view to studying architecture, then at the Technical School and at the Copenhagen Academy, then turned to painting, self-taught. Literature : Weilbach. Provenance : Collection bequest from Hanover. Aufrufzeit 15 | June 2024 | probably 15:05 (CET) *This is an automatically generated translation from German by deepl.com and only to be seen as an aid - not a legally binding declaration of lot properties. Please note that we can only guarantee for the correctness of description and condition as provided by the German description.

      Auktionshaus Wendl
    • CLAUSEN, CHRISTIAN (1862 KOPENHAGEN - 1911 FREDERIKSBERG). INTERIEUR MIT LESENDER DAME AM FENSTER.
      Feb. 24, 2024

      CLAUSEN, CHRISTIAN (1862 KOPENHAGEN - 1911 FREDERIKSBERG). INTERIEUR MIT LESENDER DAME AM FENSTER.

      Est: -

      CLAUSEN, Christian (1862 Kopenhagen - 1911 Frederiksberg) Interieur mit lesender Dame am Fenster Öl/Leinwand. Rechts unten monogrammiert. 1906. 58,5 x 51 cm. Gerahmt : 65 x 58 cm (Berliner Leiste). Junge Frau mit Buch auf einem Stuhl am Fenster in bürgerlichem Interieur . Dänischer Maler, zuerst Maurergeselle in Hinblick auf ein Architekturstudium, dann an der Technischen Schule und an der Akademie Kopenhagen, danach Hinwendung zur Malerei, autodidaktisch gebildet. Literatur : Weilbach. Provenienz : Sammlungsnachlass aus Hannover. Aufrufzeit 24. | Feb 2024 | voraussichtlich 14:45 Uhr (CET) CLAUSEN, Christian (1862 Copenhagen - 1911 Frederiksberg) Interior with a lady reading at a window Oil/canvas. Monogrammed lower right. 1906. 58.5 x 51 cm. Framed : 65 x 58 cm (Berlin strip). Young woman with a book on a chair by a window in a bourgeois interior . Danish painter, first a journeyman bricklayer with a view to studying architecture, then at the Technical School and at the Copenhagen Academy, then turned to painting, self-taught. Literature : Weilbach. Provenance : Collection bequest from Hanover. Aufrufzeit 24. | Feb 2024 | probably 14:45 (CET) *This is an automatically generated translation from German by deepl.com and only to be seen as an aid - not a legally binding declaration of lot properties. Please note that we can only guarantee for the correctness of description and condition as provided by the German description.

      Auktionshaus Wendl
    • C. CLAUSEN (1862-1911), Domestic scene, 1890, Pen drawing
      Jan. 20, 2024

      C. CLAUSEN (1862-1911), Domestic scene, 1890, Pen drawing

      Est: €1,200 - €1,600

      Christian Valdemar Clausen (1862 Copenhagen - 1911 Frederiksberg): Domestic scene Lady in a simple laundry room, 1890, Pen drawing Technique: Washed Pen drawing on Paper Inscription: Lower right signed: "Christian Clausen.". Lower right dated: "90". Date: 1890 Description: The Danish painter Christian Clausen mainly depicted realistic scenes from everyday life in the capital Copenhagen. In this painting, he gives us a glimpse of a private, homely place that is less representative: a utility room with a large tub, a washboard, vats under the washbasins and a drying cupboard on the wall above. The walls, doors, ceilings and floor are mostly made of boards. The structural situation of the simple scene also allowed Clausen to make a small caprice, for his interest in this depiction was obviously also directed at the special charm of the geometric alignment of the building materials, especially the different types of boards in the room, which he reproduces with particular attention to detail. This artifice is certainly also due to his training as an architect, which began in 1880. The precision of the drawing and clarity of the composition suggest the works of his compatriot Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg. The calm mood, the inward persistence, in turn, brings the print close to the melancholic-mysterious interiors of his contemporary Vilhelm Hammershøi, who also came from Denmark. In the foreground, where the floorboards meet the tiles, sits the house cat, which may have just slipped through the door open at the right edge of the picture. The housewife is standing at the window, which is lit by daylight, and seems to be busy washing the dishes. However, she has just paused in her work and is thoughtfully drying her hands on her apron. Her gaze is fixed on the window. The romantic, yearning character of the window gaze does not break through here, however, nor does the melancholy of quiet loneliness. In her posture in the mundane corner, she remains explicitly anchored in the here and now. The viewer cannot decipher whether she is indulging in a daydream or gazing longingly at the street, for the artist not only depicts the woman with her back to us, he also covers the left half of her body facing the window with a support of the ceiling beam and the view out of the window remains empty. It is left to one's own imagination to guess the lady's state of mind. Keywords: Denmark, Copenhagen, Drawing, Ink, Pen, Interior, Interior, Kitchen, Woman, House, Room, Cat, Home, 19th century, Realism, Costumes, Denmark,

      Fichter Kunsthandel
    • C. CLAUSEN (1862-1911), Domestic scene, 1890, Pen drawing
      Mar. 25, 2023

      C. CLAUSEN (1862-1911), Domestic scene, 1890, Pen drawing

      Est: €1,200 - €1,600

      Christian Valdemar Clausen (1862 Copenhagen - 1911 Frederiksberg): Domestic scene, 1890, Pen drawing Technique: Washed Pen drawing on Paper Inscription: Lower right signed: "Christian Clausen.". Lower right dated: "90". Date: 1890 Description: The Danish painter Christian Clausen mainly depicted realistic scenes from everyday life in the capital Copenhagen. In this painting, he gives us a glimpse of a private, homely place that is less representative: a utility room with a large tub, a washboard, vats under the washbasins and a drying cupboard on the wall above. The walls, doors, ceilings and floor are mostly made of boards. The structural situation of the simple scene also allowed Clausen to make a small caprice, for his interest in this depiction was obviously also directed at the special charm of the geometric alignment of the building materials, especially the different types of boards in the room, which he reproduces with particular attention to detail. This artifice is certainly also due to his training as an architect, which began in 1880. The precision of the drawing and clarity of the composition suggest the works of his compatriot Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg. The calm mood, the inward persistence, in turn, brings the print close to the melancholic-mysterious interiors of his contemporary Vilhelm Hammershøi, who also came from Denmark. In the foreground, where the floorboards meet the tiles, sits the house cat, which may have just slipped through the door open at the right edge of the picture. The housewife is standing at the window, which is lit by daylight, and seems to be busy washing the dishes. However, she has just paused in her work and is thoughtfully drying her hands on her apron. Her gaze is fixed on the window. The romantic, yearning character of the window gaze does not break through here, however, nor does the melancholy of quiet loneliness. In her posture in the mundane corner, she remains explicitly anchored in the here and now. The viewer cannot decipher whether she is indulging in a daydream or gazing longingly at the street, for the artist not only depicts the woman with her back to us, he also covers the left half of her body facing the window with a support of the ceiling beam and the view out of the window remains empty. It is left to one's own imagination to guess the lady's state of mind. Keywords: Denmark, Copenhagen, Drawing, Ink, Pen, Interior, Interior, Kitchen, Woman, House, Room, Cat, Home, 19th century, Realism, Costumes, Denmark,

      Fichter Kunsthandel
    • CLAUSEN PAINTING OF WOMAN CRYING
      Oct. 02, 2022

      CLAUSEN PAINTING OF WOMAN CRYING

      Est: $500 - $700

      Antique oil painting on wood panel of a veiled woman crying, titled TEARS verso. Signed Clausen in lower right. 16.5 x 14 in, framed 23.5 x 31. (Attr. Christian Clausen 1862-1911, Danish portrait artist)

      Americana Auctions
    • Christian Valdemar Clausen (1862-1911). Nackte Schönheit am See. Öl/Lw. Sig
      Apr. 24, 2021

      Christian Valdemar Clausen (1862-1911). Nackte Schönheit am See. Öl/Lw. Sig

      Est: -

      Christian Valdemar Clausen (1862-1911). Nackte Schönheit am See. Öl/Lw. Sig. & Dat. 1906. Maß ca. 90x75cm. Rahmen. .

      Auktionshaus Rosenlund
    • Christian Valdemar Clausen (1862-1911). Naked beauty at the lake. Oil/canva
      Feb. 06, 2021

      Christian Valdemar Clausen (1862-1911). Naked beauty at the lake. Oil/canva

      Est: €2,200 -

      Christian Valdemar Clausen (1862-1911). Naked beauty at the lake. Oil/canvas. Sig. & Dat. 1906. App. 90x75 cm. FREE SHIPPING WITHIN GERMANY! Framed.

      Auktionshaus Rosenlund
    • Christian Valdemar Clausen (1862-1911), Domestic scene, 1890, washed Pen Drawing
      Sep. 26, 2020

      Christian Valdemar Clausen (1862-1911), Domestic scene, 1890, washed Pen Drawing

      Est: €1,600 - €2,400

      Christian Valdemar Clausen (1862 Kopenhagen - 1911 Frederiksberg), Domestic scene, 1890, washed Pen Drawing Technique: Washed Pen Drawing on paper Size: 19,2 x 24,8 cm | 7 1/2 x 9 3/4 in Inscription: lower right signed and dated: "Christian Clausen. 90." Condition: Paper somewhat browned and slightly flecked. Description: The Danish painter Christian Clausen mainly depicted realistic scenes from everyday life in the capital Copenhagen. Thus, in this painting he also grants us an insight into a less representative than private, homely place: a utility room with the large tub, the washboard, the vats under the washstands and the drying cupboard on the wall above. The walls, doors, ceilings, and floor are largely made of boards. The structural situation of the simple scene also allowed Clausen to make a small caprice, for his interest in this depiction was obviously also focused on the particular appeal of the geometric orientation of the building materials, especially the different types of boards in the room, which he reproduced with particular attention to detail. This trick is certainly also due to his training as an architect, which he began in 1880. The precision of the drawing and clarity of the composition suggest the thought of the works of his compatriot Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg. The calm mood, the inward perseverance, in turn, brings the work close to the melancholic-mysterious interiors of his contemporary Vilhelm Hammershøi, also from Denmark. In the foreground, where the floorboards meet the tiles, sits the house cat, which may have just slipped through the door opened at the right edge of the picture. The housewife is standing at the window lit by daylight and seems to be busy with the washing up. However, she pauses just in her work and, lost in thought, dries her hands on the apron. Her gaze is directed towards the window. The romantic, yearning character of the window view, however, does not break through here, nor does the melancholy of quiet loneliness. In her posture in the profane corner she remains explicitly anchored in the here and now. The viewer cannot decipher whether she is surrendering herself to a daydream or looking longingly at the street, for the artist not only depicts the woman with her back to us, he also covers the left half of her body facing the window with a support of the ceiling beam and the view out of the window remains empty. It is left to one's own imagination to guess the lady's state of mind. Keywords: Realism, Genre, Denmark, Copenhagen, Drawing, Ink, Pen, Interior, Interior, Kitchen, Woman, House, Room, Room, Room, Cat, Home

      Fichter Kunsthandel
    • Christian V. Clausen (1862-1911) attrib., Interior, c. 1900
      Nov. 28, 2015

      Christian V. Clausen (1862-1911) attrib., Interior, c. 1900

      Est: €1,500 - €1,950

      Oil on canvas Denmark, c. 1900 Attributed to Christian Valdemar Clausen (1862-1911) – Danish painter, mason and craftsman Dimensions of canvas: 38.4 x 51.4 cm Frame: 58.8 x 72 cm Provenance: form a private collection, London Good condition A classical Danish School interior scene; the dark room is bathed in effective lamplight, bent over the table is a woman with needlework Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 3,000 Euro Condition: The painting shows signs of age and wear, is however in a visually good condition. The surfaces with fine craquelure, the borders partially with color abrasion due to framing. Under UV-light several larger overpaintings as well as smaller touch-ups can be seen. The canvas bears two repaired damages, each backed by patches. The dimensions of the canvas are 38.4 x 51.4 cm, the frame measures 58.8 x 72 cm. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

      Auctionata Paddle8 AG
    • Christian Clausen (Danish 1862-1911), AN INTERIOR
      Oct. 15, 2013

      Christian Clausen (Danish 1862-1911), AN INTERIOR

      Est: £600 - £800

      Christian Clausen (Danish 1862-1911), AN INTERIOR WITH A MAN SEATED BY LAMPLIGHT Oil on canvas laid down on panel 37 x 26cm

      Sworders
    • Christian Clausen: A nude in P. S. Krøyer's studio in Bredgade 33 in Copenhagen.
      Nov. 29, 2011

      Christian Clausen: A nude in P. S. Krøyer's studio in Bredgade 33 in Copenhagen.

      Est: kr50,000 - kr60,000

      A nude in P. S. Krøyer's studio in Bredgade 33 in Copenhagen. Signed with monogram and dated 82. Oil on canvas. 42 x 45 cm.

      Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers
    • Christian Clausen: Young girl reading by lamp light.
      May. 31, 2010

      Christian Clausen: Young girl reading by lamp light.

      Est: kr20,000 - kr30,000

      "Læsende ung Pige. Lampelys". Young girl reading by lamp light. Signed with monogram and dated 1908. Oil on canvas. 45 x 53 cm.

      Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers
    • Christian Clausen: Interior with a woman who looks
      Mar. 03, 2010

      Christian Clausen: Interior with a woman who looks

      Est: - €1,350

      Christian Clausen: Interior with a woman who looks out the window. Signed monogram. Oil on canvas. 56 x 41 cm.

      Bruun Rasmussen Auctioneers
    • Clausen, Christian Valdemar, olja, läsestunden,
      Feb. 25, 2010

      Clausen, Christian Valdemar, olja, läsestunden,

      Est: -

      Clausen, Christian Valdemar, olja, läsestunden, sign o dat 1907, 66 x 84 cm

      Hallands Auktionsverk
    • Clausen Christian Valdemar Kopenhagen 1862
      Jun. 20, 2009

      Clausen Christian Valdemar Kopenhagen 1862

      Est: - €900

      Clausen Christian Valdemar Kopenhagen 1862 Frederiksberg 1911 Young woman at the fireplace Oil/canvas, 31,5 x 27 cm, monogr. lo. ri.and dat. CC (mirror inverted ligation) 1907, some rest., relined. Mus.: Copenhagen, Aalborg, Randers et.al., Lit.: Thieme-Becker, Bénézit, Weilbach.

      Auktionshaus Stahl
    • Christian Valdemar Clausen (Danish, 1862-1911)
      May. 16, 2007

      Christian Valdemar Clausen (Danish, 1862-1911)

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Figures reading by lamplight at dusk signed with monogram and dated '1905' (lower right) oil on canvas 37 1/4 x 50in (94.5 x 127cm)

      Bonhams
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