C.W. Eckersberg (Danish, 1783-1853)
Pen and black ink with brown and gray wash; wide framing line in black ink
After spending his student years in Paris and Rome, Eckersberg returned to his native land, where, as a professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen, he earned the epithet "father of Danish painting." Eckersberg produced portraits throughout his career, but his serene maritime views reflect his Neoclassical training most lucidly.
Heavy Duty 280 gsm Museum Quality Art Print