(1845 - 1923)
Andreas Disen was active/lived in Norway. Andreas Disen is known for romantic style seascape, and mountain view painting.
Biography Andreas Disen
Andreas Edvard Disen (4 August 1845, Modum - 18 February 1923, Modum) was a Norwegian painter; primarily known for mountain landscapes from Jotunheimen and Hardangervidda.
He received his artistic education from Johan Fredrik Eckersberg, with whom he worked from 1863 to 1869. At the same time, he studied with the sculptor, Julius Middelthun, at the Royal Drawing School.
One day, while working alone at Eckersberg's art school, he received a surprise visit from King Charles IV, who was quite knowledgeable about art. He gave the King a tour, which ended with the purchase of a painting he had just completed and the promise of a 100 Daler annual scholarship.
He used this money to attend the Academy of Fine Arts, Karlsruhe, w
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