Loeb Danish Ardt Collection - page 277

Marble Vase with Laperga, Oranges and Agaves
,

, oil on canvas,

½ x

¼ (

x

cm). Jenisch Haus was the country seat of the Hamburg
merchant, senator Martin Johan von Jenisch the Younger. It was built between

and

to designs by Franz Gustav Forsmann and Karl
Friedrich Schinkel. It is now part of Norddeutsches Museum, Altona. See also Barbara Scott, “Johan Laurentz Jensen, the Father of Danish
Flower Painting,” in:
Apollo
, Vol. XII, Nov.

, pp.
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-

.
Mette Thelle would like to thank professor emeritus, dr. scient. Ole Jørgen Hamann and the florist Lise Kramhøft for their help in identifying
the plants in the painting.
Still Life with Flowers in an Antique Vase (Nature morte med blomster i en antik vase på en marmorplade)
,

, oil on canvas,

¼ x

¾ in. (

.
x

.
cm), Thorvaldsens Museum, inv.no. B

. See also Torben Melander,
Thorvaldsens Antikker
, Copenhagen

.
Flowers in af Vase (En vase med blomster)
, oil on canvas,

½ x

½ in. (

.
x

cm), Statens Museum for Kunst, inv.no. KMS

. See also Bodil
Bundgaard-Rasmussen et al. (eds.),
Christian VIII og Nationalmuseet
, Copenhagen

.
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