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Willumsen as graphic artist

25th. of January - 27th. of August, 2017

Had Willumsen been solely a graphic artist, his production would have been sufficient to gain him an important position. He produced etchings, lithographs and woodcuts, exploiting the special qualities of each of these techniques.

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J.F. Willumsens Museum

The J.F. Willumsen Museum is dedicated to the work of Danish Artist Jens Ferdinand Willumsen as well as housing his personal art collection, library, and archives.

J.F. Willumsen (1863-1958) grew up in Copenhagen, where he attended different institutions including the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, before completing his artistic training at Kunstnernes Studieskole - a private Copenhagen art school - in 1885.  Willumsen developed his own visionary and original style inspired by the leading artistic movements of his day, including symbolism, fauvism, and expressionism. Even as a young artist he was considered a controversial, ground-breaking figure in the Danish art world, a position he maintained for most of his long artistic career that spanned seven decades and included painting, sculpture, ceramics, graphic art, photography, and architecture.

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