Johan Carl Neumann
Copenhagen 1833 - 1891 Copenhagen
Rights held by: Fondation Custodia
Neumann belonged to the second generation of Danish Golden Age painters trained under Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg. While he traveled extensively, including to Turkey, Egypt, and Syria, he found inspiration for his landscape and marine paintings from his native land, particularly the coastline and villages along the northern end of the Jutland peninsula. With his lively brushwork and luminous palette, Neumann was quite adept at capturing the changing effects of light on sea and sky.
Text written and researched by Michelle Bird National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.
Oil on paper, mounted on canvas
31.6 x 44.2
This can be found in Gallery 11: The Arts of the 20th Century