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Carl Fischer

Organ Grinder, Paris

Circa 1930

Oil on paper


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Carl Fischer (Danish, 1887–1952).

This work is offered unframed.

An early twentieth-century, Post-Impressionist style study of two figures engaged in conversation beside a barrel-organ.

Carl Fischer first studied under Viggo Johansen (1907-12) and, subsequently, in the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Germany. He was the recipient of several scholarships, including the Akademie Scholarship (1917) which allowed him to further his studies for two years abroad. Fischer exhibited widely and with success and was the recipient of numerous prizes, medals and juried awards. Throughout his lifetime, he was a regular exhibitor at the Royal Danish Academy of Art's fall invitational exhibition at the Charlottenborg Gallery.

Height: 14 inches / 35.56 cm
Width: 11.5 inches / 29.21 cm
Depth: 0.13 inches / 0.33 cm

Signed lower left, 'Carl Fischer'

Condition Report

This work is in overall good condition.

Minor areas of restoration.

Minor losses, warp to card, and old pinholes to corners.

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