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Description Soren Emil Carlsen (Oct. 19, 1853 - Jan. 2, 1932) was a Danish-born Impressionist painter who practiced in America. Carlsen became known for his still lifes and was influenced by the works of Jean-Baptiste Simeon Chardin while studying in Paris. Later in his career Carlsen expanded his range of subjects and began producing landscpaes and seascapes.
Artist Carlsen, Emil
Dimensions W-2.875 L-3.938 inches
Collection Permanent Collection