(1876 - 1960)
Christine Swane was active/lived in Denmark. Christine Swane is known for modernist still life painting.
Biography Christine Swane
Christine Swane née Christine Larsen (29 May 1876, Kerteminde - 16 August 1960, Farum) was a Danish painter who first associated with the Funen* Painters before developing her own increasingly Cubist* style.
She was the sister of Johannes Larsen, one of the key members of the Fynboerne or Funen Painters, with whom she associated while young. She adopted their Naturalistic* approach and strong use of colour as evidenced by her early flower paintings.
After studying at the Danish Academy (1898-1901) under Viggo Johansen, she was instructed by Jens Ferdinand Willumsen, Fritz Syberg and Harald Giersing. Around 1910, she met Karl Isakson and Sigurd Swane who introduced her to contemporary French art. Her marriage with Swane ended
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