(1870 - 1964)
Arild Rosenkrantz was active/lived in Denmark. Arild Rosenkrantz is known for painting.
Biography Arild Rosenkrantz
Baron Arild Rosenkrantz was a Danish painter, sculptor, stained glass artist and illustrator, who studied in Rome and Paris, and spent much of his working life in England. He was influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites, in particular Edward Burne-Jones, and also by William Blake, Turner and Monet. In 1894 and 1895 he travelled to New York where he started working with stained glass, carrying out work for The Decorative Stained Glass Company and Tiffany. In England he showed work in the final exhibitions of the New Gallery, the favoured gallery of Burne-Jones and his followers in the 1890s, which closed in 1909. He had many commissions, including twelve large panels for the ceiling in the dining room at Claridges Hotel in London. He made stained g
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