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Dines Carlsen, Hilltop in Connecticut 1933

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Dines Carlsen, Hilltop in Connecticut 1933
Landscape and still life painter Dines Carlsen 1901 - 1966, Hilltop in Connecticut 1933, oil on canvas, 25 1/8" by 30", signed and dated lower right, 32 1/8" by 37 1/4" housed in contemporary gilded composition frame, Wortsman Rowe and Campanile Galleries tags verso, slight stretcher impressions, no apparent restorations. Artist studied with father Emil Carlsen, began to exhibit in large international shows at age 15, winning the Third Hallgarten Prize of the National Academy in 1919 and the Second Hallgarten Prize in 1923. Exhibited Art Institute of Chicago, Carnegie Institute, Corcoran Gallery Biennial, Detroit Institute of Arts, Grand Central Galleries, National Academy of Design, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, St. Louis Art Museum. Lived for many years in Falls Village, Connecticut. Elected member of the National Academy of Design in 1922, full Academician in 1941.


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