Alfred J Jensen (Jansen) (1859 Randers - 1935 Hamborg)
Alfred Jensen spent 14 years at sea. He traveled to Africa, Australia and Asia. During 1884 and 1885, he was a student of Leitner in Hamburg. In 1897 he studied at the Academy in Kassel under E. Neumann. Alfred Jensen worked in Hamburg as a marine painter and as a professor at the KGA. From early on, Jensen often went to sea and painted
primarily seascapes. Some of his paintings are today part of collections
of museums, including the Altona Museum in Hamburg and the museums of
Bremerhaven and Kiel.
In 1896, he received a Honorary Diploma in Kiel. In 1901, he received the Golden Cross of Merit. He was an honorary member of the French
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