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March 25, 2010

Christen Købke exhibition on at National Gallery

For all you art lovers out there:  the Danish artist Christen Kobke is being shown at the National Gallery from 17th March for a month.  Even better, it is FREE to go see it and it is worth a visit.  

This is the first exhibition outside Denmark to focus on the paintings of Christen Kobke (1810–1848). Emphasising his exquisite originality and experimental outlook, the exhibition focuses on the most innovative aspects of his work – including outdoor sketching, his fascination with painterly immediacy, and treatment of light and atmosphere.

The exhibition features around 40 of Købke’s most celebrated works.

Here's a link to all the info you need.

For all out Scottish friends:  this exhibition will come to Edinburgh in July. Yahoo.




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