2017 Great Gatsby’s Auction Gallery, Inc., Atlanta, GA, “Seven luxury estates at auction – day 2”, June 10.
ECA Record Control Number: 22227
Record Level: Listing
Record Type: Exhibitions
Exhibition Type: Group show
Exhibition Name: Seven luxury estates at auction
Exhibition Host Name & Location: Great Gatsby’s Auction Gallery, Inc., Atlanta, GA
Exhibition Dates: June 10. 2017
Exhibition Additional Location & Dates (For Travel Exhibitions):
“Lot 523: Emil S. Carlsen signed O/c of pastoral lake w/figures
Est: $20,000 – $30,000
Description: Soren Emil Carlsen (Danish/American, 1853-1932), oil on canvas depicting an overcast Impressionistic scene of a pastoral lake surrounded by reeds with two figures walking in the field beside, and lush hills beyond, artist signed ‘S. Emil Carlsen’ at lower right, 34.25″h x 45″w, overall dimensions including frame 39″h x 49.75″w x 2″d. Soren Emil Carlsen was a noted American Impressionist painter primarily known for his still lifes and landscapes. Born in Copenhagen, where he eventually studied architecture at the Royal Academy, Carlsen emigrated to the United States in 1872. Although he struggled financially for most of his career, Carlsen became a beloved teacher in Chicago, California and most notably, New York City, where he taught at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League. Carlsen furthered his own studies in Paris and encountered the works of Jean Baptiste Chardin, a painter whose style he is said to emulate. Carlsen is highly regarded among academics for his composition, craftsmanship, and aesthetic sensibilities.”
WORKS BY EMIL CARLSEN
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May 25, 2017
May 25, 2017