All Hans Gude 's Paintings
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Choice ID Image  Paintings (From A to Z)       Details 
49492 Brudfarden i Hardanger  Brudfarden i Hardanger   mk198 1848 beskuren Nasjonalgalleriet,Oslo
95433 Brudfarden i Hardanger  Brudfarden i Hardanger   1848 beskuren Nasjonalgalleriet,Oslo
85752 Costal landscape with boat  Costal landscape with boat   Medium Oil on canvas cyf
68976 en molledam  en molledam   1850 34x47cm se
85387 Hjemvendende hvalfangerskip i en norsk havn  Hjemvendende hvalfangerskip i en norsk havn   Date 1869(1869) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 180 x 130 cm (70.9 x 51.2 in) cjr
80882 Hoyfjellslandskap Med Opptrekkende Uvar  Hoyfjellslandskap Med Opptrekkende Uvar   Date 1848(1848) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 180 x 114 cm (70.9 x 44.9 in) cjr
85009 Hoyfjellslandskap Med Opptrekkende Uvar  Hoyfjellslandskap Med Opptrekkende Uvar   1848(1848) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 180 x 114 cm (70.9 x 44.9 in) cyf
92328 Hvile pa stien  Hvile pa stien   oil on canvas, original size 66x54cm Date 1878 cjr
82484 Landskap fra Drachenwand ved Mondsee  Landskap fra Drachenwand ved Mondsee   oil on canvas, original size 34x47cm Date 1870 cyf
85385 Landskap med buskap og foss  Landskap med buskap og foss   Date 1852(1852) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 88 x 99 cm (34.6 x 39 in) cjr
92320 Painting Landskap fra Drachenwand ved Mondsee  Painting Landskap fra Drachenwand ved Mondsee   oil on canvas, original size 34x47cm Date 1870 cjr
82500 Sivstudie  Sivstudie   oil on canvas, original size 25x55cm Date 1867 cyf
79514 Under eketreet  Under eketreet   Painting "Under eketreet" by Hans Gude, oil on canvas, original size 78x112cm Date 1858 cjr
79594 Under eketreet  Under eketreet   Painting "Under eketreet" by Hans Gude, oil on canvas, original size 78x112cm Date 1858 cjr
82413 Under eketreet  Under eketreet   oil on canvas, original size 78x112cm Date 1858 cyf
82701 Ved bredden av Chiemsee  Ved bredden av Chiemsee   oil on canvas, original size 69x106cm Date 1871 cyf
95060 Ved Norskekysten  Ved Norskekysten   1873 Type Oil on canvas Dimensions 182 cm ?? 262 cm cyf
81173 Winter Afternoon  Winter Afternoon   Date 1847(1847) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 50.5 x 36 cm (19.9 x 14.2 in) cjr
85220 Winter Afternoon  Winter Afternoon   1847(1847) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 50.5 x 36 cm (19.9 x 14.2 in) cyf

Hans Gude
March 13, 1825 ?C August 17, 1903,Norwegian painter. He was the most renowned Norwegian landscape painter of his time. At the age of 12 he was enrolled as a pupil of Johannes Flintoe (1787-1880). After attending evening classes at the Kongelige Tegneskole in Christiania, he went to D?sseldorf in 1841 to study privately with the landscape painter Andreas Achenbach (1815-1910). In 1842 Gude was admitted to the landscape class at the Akademie under Johann Wilhelm Schirmer. He was later appointed an assistant teacher at Schirmer private studio, and he succeeded his master as Professor of landscape painting both at the D?sseldorf Akademie (1854-62) and at the Karlsruhe Akademie (1864-80). In the 1840s Gude established his reputation in Norway and on the Continent with powerful images of the Norwegian mountains. These were shown in the Kunstforening galleries in D?sseldorf and Christiania and at the Berliner Akademische Kunstausstellung, where Gude exhibited throughout his life. Adolph Tidemand and Gude dominated the colony of Norwegian artists who studied in D?sseldorf in the mid-19th century. The two artists worked together on five paintings, all representing people in boats; Gude painted the landscape, Tidemand the figures. The Bridal Procession at Hardanger (1848; Oslo, N.G.) celebrates a ceremony of country life and is the most famous work of Norwegian National Romanticism. In a sunny western Norwegian landscape with snow on the high mountains, the bridal couple and wedding guests in national costume are shown rowing across the water from a medieval stave church on the headland in the background. Gude revealed greater maturity in High Mountain (1857; Oslo, N.G.). The disposition of mountains massed on the high plateau around a little lake produces an effect of monumentality. The predominant colours shade from grey to blue, concentrated in the cloud cover. The influence of Schirmer tranquil landscapes is apparent, while the rhythmic arrangement of light and shadow is reminiscent of Achenbach.

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