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J.L. Lund: "Pyrrhus and Andromache at Hector's Tombed", (1807-11). The National Gallery of Denmark

Another Golden Age. Johan Ludvig Lund Across all Borders

25 September 2019 - 12 January 2020

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Many artists have fallen into oblivion, and the Danish Golden Age painter Johan Ludvig Lund (1777–1867) is among their number. In his capacity as professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, he and C.W. Eckersberg trained the generation of Danish artists we now know as the Golden Age painters. While Eckersberg has become lauded as ‘the father of Danish painting’, few now have heard of Lund, even though he was equally important in his own day as a teacher and as an artist.

With the exhibition Another Golden Age. Johan Ludvig Lund Across all Borders, The Hirschsprung Collection revisits this largely forgotten chapter of art history. Here, museum visitors will find works by Lund himself, by his pupils and by his friends in Denmark and Germany. The exhibition shows all facets of Lund’s artistic production, ranging from large history paintings to portraits, altarpieces and landscapes. An excellent chance to see familiar faces and forgotten masters alike – and a timely reminder that the art canon can change over time and is forever being renegotiated.

In 2020 the exhibition will be on show at Ribe Kunstmuseum in Ribe and Skovgaard Museet in Viborg. Lastly the exhibition will be on display in Germany at Museum Behnhaus Drägerhaus, Lübeck.

Oplev udstillingen med lyd

Få endnu mere ud af dit udstillingsbesøg med Vizgu. Vizgu er en gratis app til din smartphone, der kan bruges som en personlig kunstguide til dit besøg på museet. Med Vizgu i hånden kan du læse spændende tekster om værkerne eller få dem oplæst af udstillingens kurator, museumsinspektør Anna Schram Vejlby. Alt, du skal gøre, er at scanne maleriet eller skulpturen foran dig, hvorefter Vizgu giver dig information om værket. Læs mere om Vizgu på museet her.

Læs om Lunds forliste kæmpemaleri

Fortællingen om Lund rummer en ægte sorøverhistorie. I vores digitale brevarkiv kan du læse om kunstnerens første store maleri, som på et skib på vej fra Rom til København blev kapret af engelske pirater. Læs historien og Lunds fortvivlede brev her.

The exhibition is supported by

Aage og Johanne Louis-Hansens Fond, A.P. Møller og Hustru Chastine Mc-Kinney Møllers Fond til almene Formaal, Arne V. Schleschs Fond, Augustinus Fonden, Beckett-Fonden, Dansk Tennis Fond, Den Hielmstierne-Rosencronske Stiftelse, Dronning Margrethe og Prins Henriks Fond, Ernst og Vibeke Husmans Fond, Knud Højgaards Fond, Konsul Georg Jorck og Hustru Emma Jorcks Fond, Kulturministeriets Forskningsudvalg, Lektor Peer Rander Amundsens Legat, Lillian og Dan Finks Fond, Overretssagfører L. Zeuthens Mindelegat, Spar Nord Fonden, Toyota-Fonden, William Demant Fonden.

Want to know more about the Danish Golden Age?

From 24 August until 8 December 2019 you can visit The National Gallery to see the exhibition Danish Golden Age – World-class art between disasters. With the Parkmuseerne ticket you can visit both exhibitions whereas it also gives 50 % discount on the admission to the other Parkmuseums.

Read more about the Parkmuseerne ticket and buy it here