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J.F. Willumsen - The collection

J.F. Willumsen’s artistic production is so broad that it made sense to build a one-artist museum to house his works. He worked as a painter, draughtsman, graphic artist, sculptor, ceramist, photographer and architect besides being an art collector. All these artistic disciplines – except for the architecture – can be seen at the museum.

One can follow the development in Willumsen's paintings, drawings, etc., and at the same time, one can see the connections and differences in his forms of expression.

As Willumsen changed his style radically during his career, one can also get an impression of how many-faceted his art is. Every time he had found a solution to a formal problem, he abandoned the experience he had gained to seek new challenges.  

Major Works:

For an introduction to each individual work, click on the the title.

Fertility, 1890. Etching, 24.7 x 34.2 cm. Inscr.: J.F. Willumsen jvier 1891. Schultz 17.

Picture of Life on the Quays of Paris, 1890. O.C. Inscr.: J.F. Willumsen / 1890. Acc. 508

To Women Walking. Brittany ,1890. O.C. 100 x 100 cm. Inscr.: J.F. Willumsen / Brittany 1890. Frame reconstructed. Acc. 642.

Jotunheim, 1892-93. O.C., wood, painted zinc and enamel on copper, 150 x 270 cm. Inscr.: J.F. Willumsen / 1892 / 1893. Acc. 24

Funeral Urn with Poppies, 1897. Glazed faience, h. 36.5 cm Inscr.: J.F. Willumsen / 1897. Acc 1323

Children Bathing on the Skaw Beach. Dress rehearsal. 1909. O.C. 265 x 425 cm. Inscr.: JFW / 1909. Frame reconstructed. Deposited by The Skaw Museum. Donated by The New Carlsberg Foundation

The Ravens, 1910. Wood and copper, h. 474 cm. Not inscr. Acc 1339

Poster for the Studio Exhibition, 1910. Lithograph, 125 x 85 cm. Inscr.: JFW / 1910. Schultz 199.

The Painter and His Family, 1912. O.C. 229 x 242.5 cm Inscr.: J.F. Willumsen – Copenhagen . / . 1912 . Deposited by The National Museum, Stockholm.

A Physicist, 1913. O.C. 208.5 x 170 cm. Inscr.: J . F . W / . June 1013. Donated by The New Carlsberg Foundation. Acc 1317.

Fear of Nature. After the Storm, No. 2, 1916. Oil and tempera on canvas, 194 x 169 cm. Inscr.: J.F. Willumsen / . 1916. Inv 331.

The Invasion, 1918. Etching, 42.9 x 55.7 cm Inscr.: J.F. Willumsen 1917. Schultz 59.

The Evening Soup, 1918. O.C. 160 x 231 cm. Inscr.: J.F. Willumsen . 1918 . Inv 334.

The Great Relief, 1893-1928. Marble in various colours and other types of stone with gilt bronze. 440 x 646 cm. Inscr.: J.F. Willumsen 1893-1928. Deposited by The Royal Museum of Fine Arts. Purchased with the help of a grant from The New Carlsberg Foundation.

Self-Portrait in Painter's Smock, 1933. O.C. 119 x 117 cm. Inscr.: J.F. Willumsen / Sept – 7th / - 1933 -. Inv 69

Two Palaces with Garden by Canal Grande in Venice. Night with New Moon. Two Gondolas. On the right, Palazzo Contarini dal Zaffo., 1934. O.C. 73 x 93 cm. Inscr.: J . F. W / . 1934. Inv 97.

The Trilogy of Titian Dying:

Titian Dying. First Picture in the series of Titian Dying. 1935. O.C. 300 x 250 cm. Inscr.: J . F . Willumsen / - 1935 -. Inv 105.

The Stone Statue. See Nothing. Hear Nothing, Want Nothing. Second Picture of the Trilogy of Titian Dying. 1937. O.C. 250 x 300 cm. Inscr.: J . F . Willumsen / . 1937 . Inv 117.

The Riddle of the Heavens, Third Picture of the Trilogy of Titian Dying. 1938. O.C. 250 x 300 cm. Inscr.: Jens Ferd. / Willumsen / . 1938 . Inv 125.    

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