Music and Youth, New York, NY, “From the Painting, The Open Sea, by Emil Carlsen”, September, 1929
ECA Record Control Number: 18511
Record Level: Reference
Record Type: Newspaper
Article Type: Work Mention
Key Title: From the Painting, The Open Sea, by Emil Carlsen
Sub Title: -none-
Publisher: Music and Youth
Publish Location: New York, NY?
Date of Publication: September, 1929
Source: Watson Library, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, loose/hanging file
Description: 1 article with ill.
Carlsen, Emil, 1948-1932
Number of copies: 1
“From the painting, The Open Sea, by Emil Carlsen
By courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
This artist was born at Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1853, but came to the United States when nineteen years old, and settled in New York City. He was chiefly self-taught. Paints marines and still-life. The original of the above picture is an oil-painting, four feet ten inches wide by four feet deep, showing blue white-capped waves under a wide expanse of cloudy sky.”
WORKS BY EMIL CARLSEN
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